The agents of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) have vacated the Lagos home of senator-elect Prince Buruji Kashamu, after six days of laying siege to the facility.
Austin Oniyokor, the media aide to Kashamu said the NDLEA operatives left at exactly 7:45pm, after a court ordered them to vacate the place.
Oniyokor in a statement said: “But this was after the agency displayed a high level of brigandage and lawlessness that is only fit for a failed state.
“However, we thank the almighty God for His infinite mercies. He is the one who thwarts the plans of the crafty, so that their hands achieve no success.
“We also salute the judiciary for once again rising to the occasion and proving yet that it is truly the last hope of the common man and the oppressed. We are grateful that the judiciary has again affirmed Prince Kashamu’s innocence of the charges against him, thus turning for good what was meant for evil.
“Our appreciation also goes to the media, civil society groups, student bodies and all well-meaning Nigerians for their prayers, support and solidarity during the period.”
Source: The Nation