If you could recall days ago, a viral video of an unknown man went across social media after the man was seen masturbating in a commercial bus. During the video which was recorded by the lady, the man claimed he was a police officer and would beat her. But just days after this video went viral, the man has been identified by the Lagos State Police Command.
This was shared by Jubril A. Gawat who is the Senior Special Assist to the Governor of Lagos state on New Media in which he said the man who on the 13th march, 2021 was allegedly caught in the viral video where a lady videoed and accused him of masturbating in a commercial has been identified and he's not a police officer.
The man whose name is Mr Matthew and a driver employed by GTC Laundry Services, along Channels TV Road, Isheri, is not a police personnel as he has claimed during the video. He was on a commercial bus moving from OPIC Estate Isheri to Mowe. The Lagos State Police Command, in collaboration with the Lagos State Domestic and Sexual Violence Response Team, Alausa, Ikeja have commenced investigation into the matter and intensified efforts to arrest the suspect.
The suspect has also been identified by some other women who had similar experiences with Mr Matthew in previous years. The Commissioner of Police, Lagos State, CP Hakeem Odumosu has condemned such act and warned such won't be tolerated.
This is such a great move by the Lagos State Police Command.
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