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Uber driver assaulted by LNSC and police officers demands N500 million compensation from Lagos state government

Uber driver assaulted by LNSC and police officers demands N500 million compensation from Lagos state government

Clement Adedotun, the Uber driver who was assaulted by officers of the Lagos State Neighborhood Safety Corps (LNSC) and Nigeria Police Force in the course of the first anniversary of the #EndSARS protest on the Lekki toll gate within the state on Wednesday, October 20, has demanded an N500 million compensation from the state authorities 


In a letter written by his lawyer, Inibehe Effiong, Adedotun additionally demanded that disciplinary measures be taken towards the boys who assaulted him and that they need to be prosecuted in courtroom in step with the Anti-Torture Act and the Criminal Law of Lagos State. He can be demanding a written apology from the state authorities.


Inihebe in a press release launched stated Adedotun’s automobile has been returned however in a nasty situation. The letter acknowledged that the brokers of the state authorities broke and broken the entrance windscreen of his Toyota Corolla. The automobile was in good situation earlier than it was towed away on Wednesday, October 20. But upon reaching the place the automobile was taken to on Friday, twenty second October 2021, Adedotun stated he noticed the destruction carried out to his automobile by brokers of the state authorities.


Inibehe stated the implication is that Adedotun can’t use the automobile to earn a dwelling till it’s repaired.


Reacting to information of the sanctions positioned on the erring officers by the Lagos State Neighborhood Safety Agency (LNSA), Inibehe stated ”whereas we commend the Lagos State Government for admitting that the conduct of its brokers was legal and unprofessional, we discover the 2 months suspension meted on the 2 officers grossly inadequate and unacceptable. It isn’t a deterrence. The officers must be dismissed and diligently prosecuted in a courtroom of regulation to function a deterrence to others.”


Inibehe stated the Lagos State Government has 48 hours to offer in to their calls for or face authorized motion.


See a duplicate of the letter written to the Lagos state authorities beneath…





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