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''Officers Who Manhandled Uber Driver At End SARS Anniversary Will Face An Internal Orderly Trial'' - LNSA

Posted by Amarachi on Thu 21st Oct, 2021 - tori.ng

The LSNA stated that the officers will face an internal orderly trial to determine their culpability in the said event and be dealt with if found guilty.

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The Lagos State Neighbourhood Agency (LSNA) has disclosed that its officers who manhandled an uber driver at the End SARS anniversary have been summoned.

A statement released by the Agency said the General Manager of the Agency, Prince Ifalade Oyekan, decried the conduct of the Officers "as he believed it was below the standard operating procedure of the Agency, especially as it affects the protocol of arrest."

It added that "the officers will face an internal orderly trial to determine their culpability in the said event and dealt with if found guilty."

The full statement reads:

''The Management of the Lagos State Neighbourhood Agency has summoned its Officers captured struggling with a fellow arrested in a viral video emanating from the scene of the ENDSARS anniversary.

In the aftermath of the incident, the General Manager of the Agency, Prince Ifalade Oyekan decried the conduct of the Officers as he believed it was below the standard operating procedure of the Agency, especially as it affects the protocol of arrest.

As an Agency striving to meet its role in the THEMES Agenda of the Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu Administration, the Agency will not condone any form of indiscipline or actions capable of bringing it to disrepute, while it will as a socially responsible management give the Officers the opportunity for fair hearing.

Consequently, the Officers will face an internal orderly trial to determine their culpability in the said event and dealt with if found guilty.

However, in the same vein, the Management of the Agency sincerely apologise to the general public if there was actually any infraction, while promising to ensure that justice is served, as we remain undaunted in our commitment to ensuring the safety and security of the good people of Lagos State.''

 



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