A Nigerian trader identified as Ndukwe Ekwekwe has narrated how he was crippled by the officers of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS. He revealed that he was thrown off a three-storey building in 2018.
The Nigerian trader, Ndukwe Ekekwe on Tuesday, November 2; told the Lagos State Judicial Panel of enquiry and restitution for victims of SARS related abuses. He relived the harrowing details of how he broke his spine in 2018; when policemen threw him off a three-storey shopping complex at Alaba Market.
Ndukwe, 34, said he was unlawfully arrested on February 16, taken to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) head office at Ikeja; as well as stripped naked; and also brutalised in a torture chamber.
He told the panel that the operatives went back with him the next day to his three shops at Alaba; broke the doors open with hammers; and also looted his phone accessories.
When he raised the alarm; he was thrown off the building.
He was never told the reason for his arrest.
Now paraplegic, following his severed spinal cord; Ndukwe was brought to the panel from Badagry by his aged mother, Mrs Nnena. His father, he said; is likewise bedridden with stroke.
He is seeking justice at the panel.
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