The 32-year-old Nigerian man who decimated five government office autos in London, yesterday, has been captured by the police.
As indicated by reports, Jeffery Apkovweta Ewohime at first caused issue at the Belgian international safe haven where his visa was appropriated.
After he was turned back by the consulate since he arrived “late”, he lashed out by utilizing iron bars and stones to obliterate vehicles left inside the international safe haven’s premises.
Muhammed Babandede, the Comptroller General of Immigration Service confirmed the occurrence in an announcement Monday night.
As indicated by him, Ewohime arrived the Nigerian mission in London for visa administrations. He stated, “He arrived late and was told by the Security that the Mission has shut for the afternoon. .
He approached wrecking Nigeria’s strategic vehicles worth a huge number of citizens cash. The identification being referred to has been issued since sixth of June 2019. .
He didn’t leave any self-tended to envelope for conveyance.” Meanwhile, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, senior extraordinary assistant to the president on Foreign Affairs, has likewise responded to the government office occurrence.
In an announcement by her media associate, Abdur-Rahman Balogun, Abike depicted the activity as “unpatriotic, and an unconscionable demonstration of indiscipline.”
In her record of occasions, Dabiri-Erewa said she got a report that Ewohime went to the Nigerian Embassy in London on Monday.
He had moved toward the Embassy to gather his international ID which lapsed since November 2017, at around 2 pm, and was told accumulation of travel papers closes by 1 pm.
He at that point demanded gathering his identification, and was advised to bring his accumulation slip which he couldn’t deliver. As per reports from the Embassy, it is inappropriate to hand over his identification to him, without his accumulation slip.
He, from there on, left unsettled and came back from a close-by inn to annihilate around seven vehicles, five having a place with the mission, and two to guests who left adjacent.