Threat to life, trespass: Oloto family petitions IGP, CJ

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By Onozure Dania

The Oloto  family of Oto, Lagos Mainland, Lagos State, has called on the Inspector General of Police, Mr Ibrahim Idris and the Chief Judge of Lagos State Oluwafunmilayo Atilade to come to their aid over alleged threat to life, unlawful encroachment on properties, arson and damage by two other families.

Mr. Ibrahim Idris beaming with smiles following his confirmation as the substantive IGP by the Council of State on Wednesday, September 7, 2016.

The family said that after several property disputes between the parties and the action of Lagos State Government to allocate their lands to third party individuals under a purported consent judgment without their knowledge, they filed an application before Justice Nwaka of a Lagos State High Court to set aside the judgment.

The Oloto family through their lawyer, Gbenga Ajala, said that they were surprised that despite the service of court papers on the defendants as well as the Lagos State Government and it’s principal officials, the said families are moving against them.

The family said that after they reported the case to the Lagos State Police Command, they discovered that the defendants resorted to using police officers to frustrate their efforts.

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