Nigerians Have Donated Over N.5million To Policeman, Sunday Erhator, Who Was Calm While A Man Assaulted Him On The Road

As per a report distributed by Sahara journalists, Nigerians have raised over N5m to a policeman, Sunday Erhator, who resisted the urge to fight while a man named Ebhomenyen attacked him out and about in Lagos.
Recall that a video became a web sensation scarcely 48 hours prior and it showed the second Ebhomenyen snatched an outfitted police by his neck for quite a long time, and continued pushing him.

Ebhomenyen, 33, had on Saturday assaulted the policeman at Four Point Hotel in the Oniru area and inflicted severe body injuries on him, according to Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Muyiwa Adejobi.

According to Punch, Ebhomenyen and an accomplice, Etinosa Obaywana, who is now at large, in viral videos were seen pushing Erhator and assaulting the policeman and his colleagues attached to the Rapid Response Squad of the state command.

They had stopped a white Hyundai SUV, MUS 251 EH facing their convoy while going against traffic.

“When the police stopped the vehicle, the occupants, one Victor Ebhomenye and Etinosa Obaywana, angrily came down, confronted and violently assaulted ASP Erhator Sunday, inflicting severe bodily injuries on him.

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“The officer, who was armed with his official Ak 47 riffle, displayed a high level of professionalism amidst fierce provocations by resisting the temptation to use his rifle.

“The prime suspect, Victor, is in police custody at the State Criminal Investigation Department Panti, for investigation and prosecution as and when due, while effort is ongoing to arrest his fleeing accomplice, Etinosa, who has been identified,” Adejobi said in a statement.

The PPRO also added that the vehicle has been impounded and taken to the Lagos State Taskforce Office, Oshodi, according to the provisions of the Lagos State Transport Sector Reform Law, 2018.

The police spokesman in the state also said the Commissioner of Police, Lagos State, CP Hakeem Odumosu, commended the police personnel for their act of maturity, self-control, perseverance and professionalism and urged other police personnel in the command to emulate them.

It was gathered that some Nigerians on social media have started a donation fund for the officer for maintaining calm in the face of assault.

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The donation was started on Sunday by a Facebook user, Ugo Egbujo. According to Egbujo, “Many of us have indicated interest in blessing that police officer. The idea is to support ethical policing. The idea is to encourage responsible policing. We will give ourselves 48hrs. No amount is too small. It’s a show of support.”

Over N450,000 has been received in cash donation as of the time of filing this report.

The donation is expected to end on Tuesday while the money is expected to be given to Erhator by Wednesday afternoon.

Many have also commended the professional conduct of the officer. A Facebook user, Ope Ajomo, wrote, “Wow this is impressive. The officer kept his cool all through the provocation. This officer deserves an award. I must confess that I have never seen a calm policeman under this type of situation. This officer may one day be the IG of police. This is commendable.”

Check out few screenshots from the video below

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This video touched a lot of Nigerians and a man named Ugo Ejibujo took to his Facebook account, shared the video and asked Nigerians to donate anything to reward the policeman for displaying a high level of professionalism and to encourage good policing. Here is the post below

Barely 24 hours after a bank account was posted, Mr Egbujo took to his Facebook account again to announce that over N450,000 have been donated.

Here is the post below

Sahara reporters confirmed this post and also reported that the Police spokesman in Lagos commended this officer for displaying self control and professionalism, he urged other officers to emulate him.

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