Nigerians React As Lagos Court Fines 172 Arrested At Cubana Nightclub
By Nigeriatrending | self meida writer
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Nigerians have come out in their numbers to react, after a mobile court sitting in oshodi Lagos state, base on the arrest made by the Lagos State task force on environmental and special offences enforcement unit had convicted 172 persons. The reactions have however been pouring on Twitter after the amount to be paid were delegated to this arrested persons for breaking COVID-19 protocols by the state police command.
It is understood that the Lagos State Police command, had confined that the judge in charge of the case had fine each person caught, that night during the arrest a total sum of 40,000 each. As well as sentencing each and everyone of the 172 violators to community service. In total the money that will be gotten for this 172 person is nothing but 6.8m. Mr Hakeem odumosu the state commissioner of the police, while parading those convicted at the police headquarter in Ikeja, said that the arrest was made during a raid on the popular Lagos cubana nightclub.
Here are some of the reactions;
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