By Taiwo Okanlawon
The Managing Director of the Lekki Concession Company, (LCC), Abayomi Omomuwasan has told the Justice Doris Okuwobi-led Judicial Panel that the company’s surveillance camera stopped working at 8pm on October 20.
He said the camera did not capture visual images of what happened thereafter.
Omomuwasan explained that camera lost connectivity.
Aside the surveillance Camera, he stated the company operated two other cameras, including the Automatic Plate Number Recognition camera.
According to him, the company “early in the morning of the 20th, after noticing that our equipment were being vandalised, damaged and stolen, decided to remove the Automatic Plate Number Recognition camera, laptops, and other computer system.”
Led in his evidence-in-chief by I. J Okechukwu, Abayomi denied that the company removed the surveillance camera prior to the shooting incident.
The others are Kayode Enitan, SAN; A. J Owonikoko, SAN, and I.J Okechukwu.
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