#END SARS PROTESTER KILLS TWO PERSONS IN LAGOS.
The Lagos State Police Command has arrested one of the #EndSARS protesters for allegedly killing two persons in Alagbado area of Lagos, Southwest Nigeria.
The suspect, Mrs Nike Lawal of No. 30, Anjorin Street, Aminkanle, Lagos State, an #EndSARS protester, was said to have driven recklessly and killed two innocent Nigerians at Ikola Road, Alagbado area of Lagos, on Wednesday.
In a statement issued by Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, Lagos Police Command ikeja, SP Muyiwa Adejobi said Lawal was the driver of Toyota 4 Runner SUV with REG. NO. GGE 346 BK that ran into a tricycle and killed the duo of Ojo Azeez, 27 years and Yusuf Sodia, 26 years, both of Command road, Alagbado area of Lagos, on Wednesday 14th October 2020.
The suspect, who intentionally removed the number plates on her SUV, as at the time of the incident, joined the protest at AIT junction, Alagbado, and started driving recklessly, like many other protesters, before the fatal accident.
The Commissioner of Police has commiserated Lwith the families of the deceased and assured them of the command’s commitment to having justice in the case; and that the command would not relent in its efforts in maintaining peace, law and order within the state.
In the same vein, the Commissioner of Police has arrested and commenced orderly room trial of the 4 policemen who were caught for assaulting a young lady (protester) in a viral video at Surulere on Monday.
The policemen are :
1. INSP BAGOU MICHAEL
2. INSP EKPOUDOM ETOP
3. SGT NNAMDI MAJURA, and,
4. SGT AKINYEMI BENSON
The Policemen, who are attached to the Divisional Police Headquarters, Surulere, Lagos State are cooling their feet in the cell while the orderly room trial continues. He has also ordered for the arrest of the policeman who slapped an aged mother in another viral video at Iyun Street, Surulere, same day.
CP Hakeem Odumosu has however reiterated his zero tolerance for incivility, brutality and inappropriate conducts amongst police personnel as his corrective mechanisms are sacrosanct.