After he knocked a police officer off the bridge in Lagos, see what was done to him
By Sureloaded | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
A man named Sunday Okodo is a 38 years old who knocked a police officer of the bridge along International Airport road earlier.
He was was charged to court on six count, which are: wrong way driving, resisting arrest, assaulting a police officer, reckless and dangerous driving, driving with an invalid driver's license and also attempted murder.
According to the police spokesman, the accused will be charged to another court for the attempted murder charge.
The Court ruled that he should be remanded in Badagry prison until March 26 for the next hearing.
Sunday Okodo was seen in a viral video driving against traffic and in the process knocked police officer named David Zapania off the bridge and into a canal. The police officer suffered a fractured on his left hand.
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