The spokesperson for the NPS in Lagos, Rotimi Oladokun, said this on Saturday while reacting to Evans’ allegation that he was being starved in prison.
Evans , who is facing charges bordering on kidnapping before a Lagos State High Court in Ikeja , also alleged through his counsel, that he was not allowed to have a bath.
However , Oladokun, in an interview with our correspondent , debunked the allegations.
He claimed that Evans was given three meals daily like other inmates.
Oladokun said , “It was misinformation on his part. He has always been treated like any normal prisoner . He is well fed and well taken care of with all the amenities provided ( for him ).
“He has access to medical facilities and everything . He is being treated properly . It is not true that he was not given food for five days . Every inmate is entitled to three square meals daily .”