“How paralyzed I was when SARS pushed me out of a two-story house” – the man tells about the terrible meeting.
The man, named Ndukwe Ekekvere, spoke of his gruesome ordeal at the hands of the recently disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS agents, after being pushed off a two-story building and paralyzed.
The victim appeared before the Commission for the Investigation and Return of SARS Victims and the Lekki phone booth incident, which began Tuesday in Lagos.
His mother took him to the jury in a wheelchair.
Although his case could not be heard by the jury on the grounds that the SARS agent who was the defendant in the case was absent, Eckvere testified that he was paralyzed and confined to a wheelchair after being thrown from a two-story building in 2008. men from the SARS group.
Delaying the trial until November 2, 2020, Judge Doris Okuvobi said that while she noted the difficulties in getting the wheelchair user to the hearing, the jury needed to punish the accused SARS agent. the possibility of a fair trial in the interests of justice.