- Days after a police station was burnt in Oshodi area of Lagos, Musiliu Akinsanya popularly known as MC Oluomo, has inspected the facility
- MC Oluomo is chairman of the National Union of Road Transport Workers, Lagos state chapter
- Nigerians have taken to social media to react to the inspection
The chairman of the Lagos state chapter of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW), Musiliu Akinsanya popularly known as MC Oluomo, has inspected a police station in Oshodi that was burnt by hoodlums.
In a video that emerged on social media, MC Oluomo was flanked by some men as they walked around the facility.
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The police station was set ablaze by hoodlums who hijacked the EndSARS protest organised by Nigerian youths demanding an end to police brutality in the country.
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Nigerians on social media have, however, expressed displeasure over MC Oluomo's inspection of the police station.
A Twitter user with the handle @HajjiOlami wrote:
"To tell you dat Nigeria don finish, Agbero dey inspect burnt police station. Nigeria our country."
Another tweep with the handle @Tizzy_Eleniyan commented:
"In what capacity is he going to inspect a police station. Government and politics!"
"Such impunity and lack of respect for constituted authority. Who gave him the impetus to go on such an inspection? Is he a government personnel? This is what we're fighting against, abuse of power and due process."
"Inspecting as What??? Head of State, Governor of the state or Police Chief???"
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Legit.ng previously reported that the Lagos police command on Friday, October 23, disclosed that 17 police stations were burnt in the state.
The police spokesperson in the state, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, revealed the information in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).
He said some of the affected police stations include that of Idimu, Igando, Layeni, Denton, Ilenbe Hausa, Ajah, Amukoko, Ilasa, Cele Outpost, disbanded SARS office under Ajegunle, Ebute-Ero, Mushin, Ojo, Ikotun and Ojodu.
Adejobi warned that the burning of several police stations across the state will lead to retrogression and a waste of money that could have been deployed to other projects.
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