The Lagos State Police Command has said Kingsley, the driver who connected with an activity superintendent in fisticuffs yesterday at the Omole transport stop in Ojodu territory of the state, lied about losing his teeth amid the battle.
It will be reviewed that on Tuesday, the activity superintendent, Sunday Charles, who was with three female officers and four authorities of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority, LASTMA, had halted Kingsley’s vehicle at the transport stop.
Charles, supposedly requested N50 from the driver before he could release him. In any case, inconvenience began when Kingsley asserted that he had before offered N50 to the superintendent, including that he would not give him another until night.
Charles supposedly demanded gathering the cash and was said to have dragged Kingsley down from the vehicle and punched him in the face, amid which the driver’s three teeth professedly tumbled off.
The driver and a few individuals in the transport had packaged Charles up and debilitated to drag him to the Ojodu Police Division for striking the driver.
Yet, responding to the episode, a senior officer at the charge on Wednesday said the driver lost the three teeth in a mischance a couple of years prior, including that the case by Kingsley that the movement superintendent’s punch yanked off the teeth was not genuine.
The police source, who talked on states of secrecy, revealed that the police in Lagos had found the driver.
The police source said, “The police acquired Kingsley for elucidation on the occurrence, amid which we accumulated that Kingsley lost the three teeth to a mischance two years prior.
“He told the police that the superintendent did not uproot his teeth and included that Charles did not request N50 as he prior asserted. The battle was on the grounds that he beat the activity light and the superintendent requested him to stop however he didn’t,” the source told The Punch.
The Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, SP Dolapo Badmos,also affirmed that Kingsley was welcomed for cross examination, including that the harmed superintendent was headed to Ikeja after he was protected from the driver by a group of policemen.
“There were fisticuffs,” she said, expressing that the driver and his conductor hindered the way since they had beaten an activity light.
“They needed to make a U-turn at that intersection, however the superintendent did not permit them. There was no interest for N50 and the driver lost his teeth in a mishap which he had two years prior.
“It was amid the battle that the superintendent’s hand touched the driver’s lips. The blood was as a consequence of the harm to his lips,” Badmos affirmed.Promote Your Music On This Platform Contact : Mobile : +2348132090729 BBM:33428A0F Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter : @ijebuloadedNG