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Reckless Lebanese Man, John Greg, Arrested In Lagos For Knocking Down Pedestrian And Zooming Off

  • Lebanese Embassy have been duly informed of the arrest

John Greg, a middle-aged Lebanese man, has been arrested in Lagos after he allegedly drove against traffic, knocked down a pedestrian and escaped.

The Lagos State Police Spokesperson, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, who confirmed the arrest on Thursday said Greg had on May 4 at about 7.45 a.m. drove a Toyota 4Runner recklessly and against traffic on Sanusi Fafunwa Road, Victoria Island.

Hundeyin said the suspect knocked down one female, Omotomi Akinsanya, which resulted in serious injuries to her leg.

“He sped off but was chased and arrested. Suspect in our custody. Vehicle impounded and in our station.

“Victim undergoing treatment at Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH). The victim’s family was duly informed. Embassy of Lebanon duly informed.

Investigation ongoing,” he said. Tags:   John Greg

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