Lai Mohammed Was Hasty In Criticising Lagos EndSARS Report – Segalink

Spread the love

Segun Awosanya, popularly known as Segalink, took a swipe at the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, on Tuesday, saying he was hasty in criticising the Lagos #EndSARS report.

 

 

The Lagos Judicial Panel of Enquiry on Police Brutality submitted its report on November 15, although the state government is yet to make its contents public with a White Paper expected next week.

Mohammed who reacted to the report via a press conference in Abuja on Tuesday, described the document circulating online as filled with so many errors.

But speaking during an interview on Channels Television, Segalink said he wouldn’t join issues with the government.

“I think it is hasty and I believe that the Minister of Information has another chance to correct this because we need to make the deliverance of Nigerians,” he said.


Click HERE to Register

“If we must build a nation where peace and justice shall reign, you don’t come out to the public and respond to rules.”

Public Trust

Segalink noted that the attitude of the government and public officials do not build that public trust from Nigerians.

According to him, members of the Lagos State Judicial Panel sacrificed a lot in delivering the assignment given to them.

“The only thing we can speak to ethically is the response of the government through the white paper as promised to be made public. Until then, we can’t go into the details.

“As far as I am concerned, what I am hearing now is the same attitude that makes the public feel that the gap between the leadership and the led is getting wider and this is one of the reasons why the government will never be trusted.

“We know the sacrifices that we had to make to be able to make this work. One year of our lives was sacrificed to do this job. For us to have ministers within the administration doing things like this does not really inspire trust,” he added.



Call Bridget Edokwe Esq on 08060798767 or send your email to ngbarrister@gmail.com



CLICK HERE DOWNLOAD TO APP  

The price of the book is fifteen thousand Naira (N 15,000) only.
Call any of the numbers below to place your order 08104426598 ,08052508679, 08106743227; or visit, Theemploymentlawhandbook.com. for more information.


To view About the book Author, Foreword and Table of Content, click Below [https://godigital.ng/about_book.pdf] To Place order and Cost, click here [https://godigital.ng/place_order.aspx Any further question or clarification call 08163162202 or send mail to info@godigital.ng



Our contact information are as follows: 234-1-3428150, 2347062320392. We can also be contacted via email at info@aucourantlegal.org. Our offices are located at Florence Place, 7B, Iweanya Ugbogoh Crescent, Lekki 1, Lagos.



Available at Frank Agbedo & Co. Crown Chambers. 5th floor, left wing, Nipost Building, Lagos Island, Lagos State. Tel: 08033254471, 09077950432 Email: frankagbedo@gmail.com

Price: ₦20,000 or £25 per copy [Hard Back– 20 chaps/715 pages] Contact Information Email: info@idrinstitute.com, info@adrinafrica.org WhatsApp only: 0803-703-5989 Voice Call – Mobile: 0817-630-8030,+234-805-2128-456, +234-909-9651-401 Landline: 09-2913581, +234-9-2913499, +234-9-2919209 Office Address: 50 Julius Nyerere Crescent, [Next To The World Bank], Asokoro, Abuja – Nigeria. Bank Account Details; Bank Name: UBA Plc.; Account Name: International Dispute Resolution Institute; Account Number: 1014072579

The Book cost N8,000 per copy. (Delivery cost applies for order outside Uyo) To order your copy call: 08084876049; 08055458711 or email: ekokoisolomon@yahoo.com



TO ORDER/BUY THE BOOK CLICK BELOW https://flutterwave.com/store/juristpublicationseries - Alternative Mode of Payment: Pay to: Jurist Publication Series, GTBANK 0218803029-- Upon payment, call or text.
Price N12,000 per copy shipping fee inclusive

Price: 20,000 or £25 per copy [Hard Back– 21 chaps/700 pages]: Contact: info@idrinstitute.com, info@adrinafrica.org WhatsApp only: 0803-703-5989 : Voice Call – Mobile: 0817-630-8030, 0909-965-1401; 0705-767-0347; 0912-173-4691 : Landline: 09-2913581; 09-2913499>

Steps To Subscribe To the Court of Appeal Reports Nigeria



Our contact information are as follows: 234-1-3428150, 2347062320392. We can also be contacted via email at info@aucourantlegal.org. Our offices are located at Florence Place, 7B, Iweanya Ugbogoh Crescent, Lekki 1, Lagos.



BESTSELLER: Get A-Z of contemporary laws of ELECTRONIC EVIDENCE in Nigeria By Alaba Omolaye-Ajileye. To ORDER, sms or call : +2347063666998, +2348159307051 or email jurispublicationseries@gmail.com

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

%d bloggers like this: