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Saturday, April 03, 2021

Nigerian Police Arrest Trader Over CCT Chairman Brouhaha + On The Man Hunt For Traders Who Videoed The Altercation.

The FCT Command of the Nigeria Police Force has failed to arrest the Chairman of the Code of Conduct Tribunal, Danladi Umar, who was caught on video allegedly assaulting a security guard, Clement Sargwak, around Banex Shopping Plaza, Wuse 2, Abuja, on Monday.







However, it was learnt that a trader, Peter Onyuike, had been arrested by the Department of State Services and then handed over to the police for allegedly assaulting the CCT chairman while other traders are being hunted.

A document made available to The PUNCH on Friday showed that the police were investigating traders for criminal conspiracy, joint act, assault, criminal force, and mischief.

In a letter with reference number CR:3000/FCT/X/D15/Vol which was addressed to the company in charge of security at the plaza, the police asked that another trader, Oyuho Augustine Samuel, be brought to the Anti-Vice Section of the Criminal Investigation Department at Wuse Zone 2 on April 6, 2021.

The letter which was signed by ACP Magawata Mode, and addressed to Jul Reliable Security Guards, is titled, ‘Letter of Invitation, case of criminal conspiracy, joint act, assault, criminal force and mischief: Oyuho Augustine Samuel’.

The letter, dated April 1, 2021, read in part, “The office is investigating the above mentioned case in which the need to obtain certain clarification from one Oyuho Augustine Samuel, who operates a shop within your business premises became pertinent.

“In view of the above, you are kindly requested to avail yourself to interview the undersigned through CSP Njayo Yahaya Bawuchi, sectional Head, Anti-Vice Section, No. 34 Koforidua Street, off Ouagadougou Street off Accra Street, off Michael Opara Street, Wuse Zone 2 on April 6, 2021 at 10am prompt.”

Speaking with The Punch, the lawyer to the brutalised security guard, Mr. Samuel Ihensekhien, said it was unfortunate that the police had abandoned the substantive issue but were chasing traders who videoed the incident.

14 comments:

  1. So, it is now wrong for me to capture the scene of a crime with my phone? A "big man" assaults a defenceless man, he is recorded and that is a crime? What about the assault itself? I hope lawyers and other well meaning Nigerians will rise up to the occasion and defend these people. For those of us that can't be there physically to support, let's lend our collective voices through social media

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    1. Supported. Let's do it the way we did it for those innocent Portharcourt mechanics that were wrongfully accused and tortured.

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    2. Imagine the nonsense,just like how that foolish sex shop senator got away with beating a lady. Im not even sure he was made to pay d lady damages.

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    3. he has married another wife sef,after that incident.To tell you Nigeria is a wild life park.He is even clamouring for the governor of his state.He has three wives now and he said he is a born again Christian.šŸ˜

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  2. I knew this would happen...I don't know why,I was born in this country. Nigeria is just a disgrace.

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  3. Nigeria is like men they will embarrass you

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    1. Off the point! Flat joke.

      Please not all issues should be trivialized on basis of gender war or gender hatred.

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  4. Abuse of power is only for a while.
    They should go and ask all the dictators of the last century.

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  5. That’s why Reno & co dey torment Buhari & e government for Nigerian house for London. Na things like ds dem dey fight for.

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  6. Exercise in futility...thank God it was recorded.

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  7. Nothing seems to work in this shithole of a country. God bless our hustle. I need to hey out of this Godforsaken country called Nigeria.

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  8. Truly Fela was right, Nigerian police are ZOMBIES

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  9. Am so really mad right now. Am damn tired of this country. What is wrong with Nigeria?

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