On the 22nd of October 2021, Clement Adedotun, the Uber driver who was assaulted by security operatives during the End SARS memorial protest at the Lekki tollgate on Wednesday, October 20 has demanded an 500M Naira compensation from the Lagos State Government.
Here are two reasons why he demanded 500M Naira compensation from the Lagos State Government;
1. He demanded for the sum because he was deprived his right and was physically assaulted by the security operatives as he was pepper-sprayed in the face which caused severe pains and obstruction to his sight.
2. Seizure and destruction of Vehicle
He also demanded for the sum because he was deprived his source of livelihood as his car (Toyota Corolla) was seized by the security operatives for two days and was also damaged by the security operatives.
Source: Linda Ikeji's blog.
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