#EndSARS lawyer tells judicial panel to summon Fashola over Lekki Tollgate camera


A legal advisor speaking to #EndSARS dissidents at the Lagos state Judicial board on Inquiry, Adesina Ogunlana, has approached the board to welcome the Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, over the camera he found at the Lekki tollgate on Sunday, October 25.

Fashola had went with some South-West lead representatives and Ministers to Lagos to sympathize with the state lead representative, Babajide SanwoOlu, over the monstrous obliteration of lives and properties that occurred in the wake of the commandeered #EndSARS fight. While taking a visit through a portion of the public offices demolished, Fashola found a camera which he said would help in the examination. Peruse here.

At the continued knowing about the board on Friday, November 27, Ogunlana told the director of the board, Retired Justice Doris Okuwobi, that the previous Minister should be called so he can clarify the conditions where he found a camera at the tollgate five days after the shooting episode.

He affirmed that the visit to the tollgate on October 25 when Fashola found a camera “recommends an interruption” into the proof of the October 20 shootings.

Ogunlana made the solicitation to call Fashola while questioning the Managing Director of the Lekki Concession Company, administrators of the Lekki tollgate, Abayomi Omomuwa.

Ogunlana had asked Omomuwa in the event that he knew that “on October 25, the Governor of Lagos State carried a few people to visit the tollgate?” to which, Omomuwa said he just read it in the news. He further revealed to Ogunlana that he was absent during the visit since he doesn’t answer to the Lagos State Government.

At that point Ogunlana asked him, “Where is that camera that the pastor, prominently known as Agent Fash, eliminated?” And accordingly, Omomuwa stated, “I don’t have the foggiest idea.”

Be that as it may, counsel for LCC, Rotimi Seriki, had a problem with Ogunlana asking Omomuwa inquiries about Fashola. Answering to Seriki, Ogunlana said the issue was pivotal to his case and inquired as to whether the board had given a call on Fashola.

Equity Okuwobi who seats the board at that point revealed to Ogunlana that he would need to follow the correct system on the off chance that he needed Fashola’s appearance before the board.

Reacting, Ogunlana said

“I wouldn’t know whether it is too soon for me to apply for Minister Fashola to show up before the board to help examination?”

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