Clement Adedotun, the Uber driver who was assaulted by members of the Lagos State Neighborhood Safety Corps (LNSC) and the Nigeria Police Force at the Lekki toll gate in the state on the first anniversary of the #EndSARS protest on Wednesday, October 20, has demanded N500 million in compensation from the state government.
Adedotun also urged that the persons who assaulted him be disciplined and punished in court in accordance with the Anti-Torture Act and the Criminal Law of Lagos State, in a letter sent by his lawyer, Inibehe Effiong. He also wants the state government to provide a written apology.
Inihebe in a statement released said Adedotun’s vehicle has been returned but in a bad condition. The letter stated that the agents of the state government broke and damaged the front windscreen of his Toyota Corolla. The vehicle was in good condition before it was towed away on Wednesday, October 20. But upon reaching where the vehicle was taken to on Friday, 22nd October 2021, Adedotun said he saw the destruction done to his vehicle by agents of the state government.
See a copy of the letter written to the Lagos state government below…
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