MILE 12 CRISIS: 48 SUSPECTS IN POLICE NET 24 HOUR SURVEILLANCE PUT IN PLACE

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MILE 12 CRISES

In furtherance of the command’s commitment to maintaining law and order in Gengere Community, Mile 12, Lagos State, the Command has again arrested forty-eight (48) suspects in connection with the crisis that broke out between some hoodlums at about 1 am today, Thursday 6th May 2021.

The is was contained in a statement issued with reference NO CZ:5650/LS/PPRO/VOL.3/92  and E-Signed by CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi (mnipr) PPRO. Lagos State Command Ikeja-Lagos dated 6th  May 2021.

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The full text of the statement reads in part.

In the course of the investigation, It has been discovered that one Aliyu Shuaibu, m, stabbed one Sadiq Oloyo, m, both of Gengere Community, and lost his life before any medical attention could be given to him.

As a result of the incident, some hoodlums, on reprisal attack, went on a rampage and caused a commotion in the area.

On the strength of this development, the Commissioner of Police, Lagos State, CP Hakeem Odumosu, directed that additional men be deployed to the area to restore normalcy while forty-eight (48) of them were arrest.

The Police boss has ordered that the hoodlums should be made to face the full wrath of the law and serve as a deterrent to others who might want to foment troubles in the state.

It will be recalled that the Commissioner of Police, Lagos State, CP Hakeem Odumosu, on Tuesday 4th May 2021, ordered for the arrest of thirteen (13) leaders of warring groups in the area who were fingered in the lingering crisis rocking the Gengere Community, Mile 12, Ketu, Lagos on 30th Apri, 2021.

READ ALSO: Hoodlums cause violence-at-mile 12 in Kosofe Lagos

CP Hakeem Odumosu has therefore affirmed that the command and other security agencies will adopt 24-hour patrol and surveillance in the area until the culprits involved in the crises are brought to book and total law and order is restored in the entire area.

The Commissioner of Police however warned that the command will not tolerate any act of violence and lawlessness in any part of the state as all hands are on deck to suppress any criminal activity within the ambit of the law.

 

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