A lady, who known herself as Tolu Adesh, has shared a video, in which she claimed she was once crushed via an officer of the Ogun State COVID-19 job power for violating the Coronavirus lockdown order of the state govt.
DAILY POST experiences that there’s in most cases a complete lockdown on Saturdays and Sundays in Ogun State, as directed via Governor Dapo Abiodun.
However the girl claimed to be a resident of Lagos State, who was once entering Ogun State to shop for a bicycle for her kids’s seventh birthday.
The lady mentioned she and her husband have been accosted via the duty power from Ifo Native Govt House of Ogun State.
In step with her a sum of N15,00Zero was once demanded as fantastic for violating the lockdown order. DAILY POST experiences that the refusal of the girl to pay the fantastic resulted in her harassment via an officer of the native govt.
Her phrases, “This afternoon, on my strategy to #justritestores in Ojodu to shop for a bicycle for my daughter whose seventh birthday is in 2 weeks, we have been stopped on the intersection between Lagos and Ogun State (which isn’t correctly marked) via Ogun state job power officers, who knowledgeable us that there was once overall lockdown in Ogun State right through weekends and because we have been of their territory, we needed to get a cross from their native govt workplace, which is ready three mins away.
“They seized my husband’s ID card and asked that we power them to the workplace. We refused to pick out them within the automobile as a result of the #COVID-19 state of affairs and so they were given actually disappointed.
“I agreed to stroll with the officer whilst my husband drove in the back of us to their workplace. Once we arrived, we have been passed over to the person within the video who informed us we’d pay a fantastic of N15,000.00 for disobeying the lockdown that was once in position.
“We defined that we didn’t reside in Ogun State and weren’t conscious about the lockdown and requested to be pardoned so lets pass house. I began recording as a result of I noticed that my pleas have been falling on deaf ears whilst the officer referred to as a man to deflate our tyres.
“Whilst recording, the person started to overcome me. I’m calling on Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun and different govt companies to peer how the officers they’ve put within the workplace are treating voters.
“The person beat me, kicked me, driven me and punched me as a result of N15, 000.00.”
In the meantime, the Transition Committee Chairman of Ifo Native Govt, Hon. Fola Salami mentioned his consideration has been interested in the viral video, which he described as a case of attack at the woman, announcing it took place at Ojodu Abiodun House of the Native Govt.
Salami mentioned it “got here as a impolite surprise to me after I noticed the video of one among our officers implementing the lockdown order with gross inhumane perspective.”
He spoke additional: “His perspective does no longer painting the humane nature popularly preached via Ifo Native Govt.
“In this observe, I’m postponing all officers concerned with out pay, till additional realize.
“Leisure confident, the general public must bear in mind that every one arms are on deck in this factor and whoever is located accountable shall be handled decisively.
“In the meantime, as on the time of this free up, the main reliable concerned has been arrested.”
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