Subsidy protest: Police to pay the sum of N4 million as compensation to four protesters



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On Friday, an Ikeja High court found the police authority
and its officials guilty for shooting at protesters, during last year’s protest
against subsidy removal.
According to vanguard, the trial judge, Justice Bola
Okikiolu-Ighile who passed the judgment also ordered the police, especially the
former Divisional Police Officer of Pen Cinema Police Station, Agege, Lagos,
Mr. Segun Fabunmi, accused of firing shot at the protesters to pay the sum of
N4 million as compensation to four protesters, who filed suit for the violation
of their fundamental rights.
Their case was filed and argued by the Office of the Lagos
State Office of Public Offender (OPD).
 In her judgement,
Justice Okikiolu-Ighile held defendants liable for “recklessly shooting and
inflicting

bodily injury on the applicants.”

Apart from this, the court ordered the respondents to
apologise to the applicants on two national newspapers.
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