How ARVI operators broke my spinal cord, the jury considers
How the ARVI operators broke my spinal cord, the jury considers
Mr Ndukwe Ekekwe, a 34-year-old trader, told the group how disbanded SARS agents threw him out of a two-story building, leaving him in a wheelchair, Vanguard reported.
Explaining in detail how the cameras were stopped on the day of the shoot, the LCC doctor said: “We never held ourselves back with the surveillance cameras until around 8:00 pm when they were tampered with and stopped recording. The network was disrupted and the recording stopped.
According to him, “the cameras filmed at the toll station in Lecchi were license plate recognition cameras. They identify the vehicle, its personality and type. ”
He said that in the early morning of October 20, when they noticed the protesters were vandalizing, they removed automatic license plate cameras, laptops and other systems.
The director of LCC, who was brought in evidence by his attorney, Mr. Rotimi Seriki presented footage from the toll station in Lekki, but said there was no sound.
He said: “We have not activated the audio recording, the reason is that it is used for traffic and not for safety.”
Omomuwashi said he had three surveillance cameras, noting, “One is at the toll station in Lekki, one is at the Ikoyi Bridge, and the other is at the Chevron office. The cameras are networked and monitored by Chevron. “
He said they had a camera on the server “which is located in Chevron and Ikoyi Plaza, which burned down. Electricity is provided by IPP somewhere in phase 1 Lekki. If there is no electricity, we have a generator. We also have a UPS, because the lights in the booth cannot go out.
When asked by a legal adviser representing the government of Lagos State, Abiodun Ovonikoko, SAN, if he can confirm any verifiable victims as a result of the events of 20 October 2020, Omomuwashi replied in the negative.
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When asked about the alleged bullets found at the Lecchi toll station during a jury visit last Friday, he replied that they still don’t know what it was.
When asked if he believed that the governor had ordered the shooting at the toll station in Lekki, Omomuwasi replied: “None of the Lekki concession officers physically witnessed the shooting; we can only rely on footage. “
Commission chairman Okuwobi said the group was just conducting an investigation and added that all interested parties must provide evidence.
How SARS agents broke my spinal cord, says the plaintiff to the commission
Meanwhile, one of the victims, Ekekwe, told the group that on February 16, 2018, he was in his shop in Alaba Rago, Alaba’s international market, when he was arrested by SARS while handcuffed. When he asked them to show their identity documents and that he wanted to know his crime, they started shooting and told him that it was an order from the inspector general of police.
The applicant, who claimed to have sold phone accessories and other items, noted that when he was arrested, he tried to raise the alarm so that other people could see what was happening. The agents called Haruna Amaz and she told them (the agents) to keep me busy. It was then that they forced me to climb the stairs, and then threw me off a two-story building.
Speaking of his ordeal, Ekekwe said, “They took me and discharged me to the Police College Hospital, Ikeja. My mother tracked me down to this place and took me to Igbobi, where I was rejected before being sent to Lagos University Hospital, LUTH.
“I want justice and I want to be rewarded. I spent two months in the hospital. I spent only two days in SARS custody when they broke my warehouse and sold my goods. “
Further hearings in the case were postponed until November 13.
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