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One Lolade Olamide on Wednesday tells the Ogun state Judicial Panel of investigation how operatives of the disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad took his properties while in custody.
Olamide disclosed this when he appeared before the panel, following a petition he wrote.
He said the officers of the defunct SARS went to his shop to pack his photo laminating machine, generator and photo materials.
He added that the officers also went to his house to pack his LG 42 inches, LG Home Theatre (2 stand) Plasma TV, Generator, Fridge and mattress.
He said he was arrested on January 3, 2018 on the account of buying a stolen phone from one Mr Olamilekan Sunday who was also arrested along with him.
According to him, we were taken to their office at Magbon, Ogun State.
The victim revealed that he purchased an iPhone 6s (Uk use) at the rate of N50,000 from Sunday who claimed the phone was gifted to him by a customer of his.
Sunday revealed he was instructed to pay N450,000 for the stolen phone which he couldn’t, which promted them to pack his properties.
He said “I was tortured with cable wire and they used plugged-in wire to electrify me, and on the sixth day of my arrest, my mum brought N450,000, which the SARS officers collected to buy the phone”
“They showed me the iPhone 6s they claimed to have bought with the money and my mum also paid N250,000 to pay my bail after which I had to travel to Libya”.
“I am pleading to the government to help me get my properties back”.