In the aftermath of the recent police brutality witnessed during the one year anniversary of the #EndSARS protests, victims are towing the legal route to get justice.
Adedotun Clement, an Uber driver that was assaulted by some officers of the Lagos State Neighborhood Safety Corps, and the Nigeria Police Force Is demanding the sum of Five Hundred Million Naira as compensation for the gross violation of his fundamental rights to dignity of the human person, personal liberty and property, deprivation of his source of livelihood and the destruction of his vehicle.
In another development, a video making the rounds captured actor and comedian Debo Adedayo popularly known as Mr. Macaroni confronting police officers over an alleged extortion of a motorist.
In the video, the motorist said he was made to transfer N30,000 to an account by the officers.
Finally, the 2023 presidential race is fast approaching.
While many are debating who will become Nigeria’s next President, supporters of the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and Nigeria’s Vice President Professor Yemi Osibanjo have been seen to be pushing their agenda.
James Faleke, a member of the house of representatives, over the weekend called on the national leader to formally announce his presidential aspiration, while insisting that he is the right man for the job because he fought corruption with technology and native intelligence in Lagos State.
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