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BREAKING: Police Ban Protests, Gatherings & Processions In Lagos State

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OLUMUYIWA ADEJOBI

Following the curfew imposed in Lagos by the state governor, the Lagos Police Command has also come to declare a major ban on protests, gathering and processions with the state.

According to the Police, this ban is issued as a result of the recent attack on Orile Police station which was set on fire.

Read the statement issued by the Command:

PRESS STATEMENT, LAGOS STATE COMMAND.
DATED 20TH OCTOBER, 2020.

Due to the new development of violent attacks on police officers and men and formations including innocent Nigerians in Lagos State, and the 24 hour curfew imposed by the Lagos State Government with effect from 4pm of today 20th October, 2020, the Lagos State Police Command wishes to inform the general public that henceforth no protest or gathering or procession, under whatever guise, is permitted within Lagos State.

In the light of the above, all security agencies have deployed adequate personnel to take charge and enforce the curfew across the state.

In the same vein, the command regrets to confirm the setting ablaze of Orile Police State today at about 10am, where some of our policemen were critically injured and unconfirmed reports state that one of them is dead.

It’s crystal clear that the has been hijacked by hoodlums who want to run down the state and the police command will resist such state of anarchy, unrest, and brouhaha with all powers within the ambit of the law.

While the command is resolute in the sustenance of human rights and democratic tenets, the general public is hereby warned to comply with the curfew and desist from any act of violence in the state as the command will resist such in totality.

Thanks you.

SIGNED

SP OLUMUYIWA ADEJOBI
POLICE PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER
LAGOS STATE COMMAND
IKEJA

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