A witness and a neighbor narrates that at about 3:19pm 26th March, 2018 at No 9 Jesse Jackson Street, Asokoro Abuja heard noise of shouting of some people ordering two men to leave the gate or they will shoot them “leave here now, Oga is not around”.
On further inquiry by the eye witness who later found out that one of the men ordered to leave the gate is a serving police officer at the Police Force Headquarters and a Bailiff of the Federal High Court Abuja Division that came to serve a Criminal Summons on Mr Victor Osita Uwajeh at his No 9 Jesse Jackson Street, Asokoro Abuja Residence.
The eye witness also found out that the police officer who came with the Court Bailiff identified himself to the Heavily Armed Police men at the gate of Mr Victor Osita Uwajeh by showing them his identity card and also reiterated that the man with him is a court bailiff from the Federal High Court Abuja, yet those heavily armed police men refused them access, ordered and insisted that they should leave the premises of Mr Victor Osita Uwajeh or they will shoot them.
The Police man and the Court Bailiff upon seeing the imminent danger to their lives quickly left the premises of Mr Victor Osita Uwajeh to avoid being shot at.
One wonders why police officers attached to private individuals would scuttle a judicial process as if they owe allegiance to the private individuals they are guarding and not to the government and the police force that employed them.