Agwu Abunike recounts how SARS detained him for 48 days before a commission of inquiry in Lagos.
“Later, I was taken to the Ikeji Police Headquarters, where I was mistreated and mistreated by Inspector Sunday, commonly known as Baba Ijapa and ASP Haruna. I was accused of fraud, and I was beaten, severely wounded, inhumanized and dragged around the international market of Alaba. I was also taken to my church and disgraced in front of the meeting for a misdeed I knew nothing about, ”Abunike says.
The father of five said SARS, acting on the orders of his boss, arrested him, seized his house, sold his car and even refused to comply with a court order demanding him pay him 10 million. dollars.
“I was detained for 48 days, and a bucket of cement was tied to my back. I had bruises all over my body and had two teeth removed. The agents beat my wife and mother and threatened to kill me if I did not confess to stealing my company funds.
“They took all my property. They took over my house and sold my car to make up for the money they said I stole. My boss also threatened to kill me if I didn’t return all of the stolen money. The case was referred to Federal High Court Judge Hon Ibrahim Buba and awarded the police $ 10 million in compensation. But between 2016 and 2020, I didn’t see anything. They didn’t stick to the verdict.
“They sold my land and my car. In fact, the person to whom the land was sold dragged me to the magistrate’s court in Badagri, and the magistrate sent me back to Kpotopiri prison for three days for my failure to pay a $ 50,000 fine.
However, Abunike turned to the Lagos Commission with a request to force SARS to comply with the court’s decision and return all of his property to him.
“I want to go to this reputable college to force the police to comply with a court order and return all my property or pay compensation because I lost everything I live now, doing errands for people to feed my family.”
Source: – Ikirnigeria