Nigerians Calls out Lagos State Police for not Arresting Officers who Assaulted a Motorcyclist inOja Oba, Lagos State

Several Nigerians have called out the Lagos State Police command, particularly, Benjamin Hundeyin, who is the Public Relations Officer, Lagos State Command, and Prince Olumuyiwa Adejobi who is the NPF Public Relations Officer, Force Headquarters, Abuja, for not arresting it’s officers who were seen on tape manhandling a motorcyclist in Oja Oba, Ogundele street of Lagos state.



This calling out which was made on Twitter, comes about 4days days after about 3 officers of the Nigerian Police were seen dragging a motorcycle with a road user, in  Oja Oba, Ogundele street, close to Abule Egba under bridge. 


The video which ended with the head of the motorcyclist covered in  wound and blood, which is a injury he sustained after one of the police officers bashed his head with a long stick, while the cyclist was attempting to recover his bike from the policemen, or impede them from going away with the bike.



It was expected that these policemen would’ve been called up by the disciplinary committee of the Nigerian police force, 4 days after the video of the incident went viral, but Nigerians are obviously running out, as both the Public Relations Officer, Lagos State Command, Benjamin Hundeyin, and NPF Public Relations Officer, Force Headquarters, Abuja, Prince Olumuyiwa Adejobi, are both to respond to the video.



While some argued that the bikeman is wrong by applying a no-motorcycle route, they also condemned the unprofessionalism of the men of the Nigerian police force who used brutal means to arrest the motorcycle and then leaving the motorcyclist with blunt head injury, and his head covered with blood.





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