A company, Rockston Shelter Company Ltd has appealed to Inspector General of Police, IGP, to swift into action to curtail abuse of power in breach of public peace over action taken by his men on forged Supreme Court judgement.
In a petition written to the IGP by the company through their lawyer, Barrister Giwa Amu, the company alleged that one Mr Kunle Awoma of Adamakin Investment Works Ltd unlawful use policemen to take possession of all properties belong to Rockston Shelter Company Ltd.
According to the lawyer, the Supreme Court judgement of July 14, 2000 in Suit No: SC/48/1992 relied upon by the policemen to execute, and proceeded to forcefully and criminally take possession of the company properties is forged documents.
Barrister Amu stated that on the 2nd of December, 2021 Mr Kunle Awoma of Adamakin Investment Works Ltd led a group of twenty Mobile Policemen and Soldiers into the company’s site at Olopameta Community, Hopeville Estate Waterfront, Sangotedo, Ibeju-Lekki, Lagos State alleging that they have a Supreme Court Judgment to execute, and they forcefully take possession.
The lawyer said that when his firm applied for a certified true copy of the said Supreme Court judgement it revealed that there was no such judgment and what was shown by the suspects is a forged document.
He stated that the activity of the suspect and his cohorts is capable of destroying investor confidence in Lagos State and may lead to a breach of the public peace and a breakdown of law, if not checked.
Rockston Shelter Company Ltd is therefore urging the IGP to use his good office to intiate a detailed investigation into the matter with a view to bringing the suspects to Justice.
The firm stated that late Efunroye Tinubu and the family trustee, Adamakin Investment & Works Limited), have no court judgment in their favour and no valid or legal allocation of land from the Lagos State government.