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Breaking News! Ambode Locks up Residence of Law Maker,Children Held Hostage

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Gov. Ambode Orders Police To Lock Up Lagos Lawmaker, Tejuoso’s Residence
..Her Children Held hostage

Four members of the family of Honourable Fumilayo Tejuoso, a member of the Lagos State House of Assembly, including an 11 (eleven) year old child, are presently at the mercy of the security operatives in Lagos who have held them hostage against their will for more than 7(seven) hours at their residence, located at 3,Sasegbon Road, GRA Ikeja.

The house of the honourable, who is out of the country on official duties was stormed by the police who were more than 20 in number, this morning at 11 am on the orders of Governor Akinwunmi Ambode, demanding that they have orders to lock up the property.

One of the relations of the Tejuosos who challenged the police officers demanded for a court order to that effect be produced, considering the matter of the building is still before the court.

However the belligerent police officers who were looking every inch dangerous, shoved their demands aside and put a big padlock on the gate with the occupants still inside the building.

The police all morning till now have made the House gate of the Tejuosos their abode, at least for now.

This problem is believed to be because of Hon. Funmi Tejuoso’s closeness to the National Legal Adviser of the party, All Progressive Congress (APC), Dr. Muiz Banire who is perceived as an enemy.

Till filling this report at 6pm, the occupants are still imprisoned against their wish in the house.

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  1. It is no longer news that Hon. Tejuosho is a force to reckon with amongst members of the Lagos Plenary. However, the action taken by the police and the Lagos State Government depicts utter barbarism and disregard for due process.

    The Lagos state government knows that on a pending land matter where the occupant shows no indication of causing panic or perdition to the community, such an occupant remains in possession until the matter is determined. There was no real need to to take the action which it(the lagos state government) took.

    On this ground, the Lagos state government is liable for Trespass and assault on the residents of Hon. Tejuosho’s abode. They also committed nuisance by obstructing the free passage of the residents of the residence through the gate. The action of the police was most definitely illegal and a misappropriation of the resources of tax payers.

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