Pastor Anthony Esezobor, a man, whose car was impounded by operatives of the Lagos State Traffic Management Agency, has expressed fears for his safety.
Esezobor, who said his vehicle was impounded on allegations of wilful obstruction of traffic revealed that he was turning into a compound in Surulere, when the LASTMA operatives swooped on it. He said that his vehicle was taken to their office in Alaka and he was asked to pay a fine of almost N300,000.
He also alleged that LASTMA couldn’t explain the meaning of wilful obstruction of traffic, hence his decision to approach a court of law. He however accused operatives of the agency of breaking into his car to get his office address and also stalking him.
Esezobor said that some operatives of the agency had approached several persons who knew him, with his picture, asking them to point out his office. He said, “From several meetings, it is obvious that they have no intention of settling the matter at all.
Since early February, LASTMA guys have been monitoring me. They have been said to be looking for me, asking people who know me, whether they can point out where my office is.”
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