A Chief Magistrate’s Court sitting in Yaba axis of Lagos has ordered that a chieftain of the National Union of Road Transport Worker (NURTW), Adekunle Lawal, popularly called Kunle Poly , and two others should be kept under the custody of Nigerian Police for another one month pending completion of ongoing investigations on the Idumota Crisis, reports Thecitypulsenews
Others kept under the Zone 2 headquarters of the Nigerian Police in Onikan, Lagos custody alongside Kunle Poly were Idowu Johnson and Agboola Akeem popularly called Okoro, and while under detention would be expected to state their contributions to the clashes that put residents of the axis under fears and disrupted commercial activities within the state.
Ruling on the application brought before the court on Thursday by the Force, Chief Magistrate Linda Balogun, said that the clashes resulted in a breach of peace across the country’s commercial capital.
! Idumota Crisis: Court Puts Kunle Poly , Two Others Under Police Custody