The Police Public Relation Officer for Lagos State Command, SP. OreiteratedAdejobi has reitrated that the Nigeria Police will not give room to any protesters in whatever disguise either peaceful or otherwise the room to parade in the state.
This is coming after the State had witnessed u quantifiable level of destruction as a result of the #ENDSARS protest which was hijacked by miscreants thereby leading to setting ablaze of several police stations in the state.
According to the statement made available to newsmen, SP Olumuyiwa made known that the security operatives are ready and set to ensure that laws and orders.
“In preparation for the proposed Endsars protest to be staged by some individuals and hired groups to cause mayhem and security threats in Lagos State, the Lagos State Police Command has ordered the commanders of the Mobile Police Squadrons and Special Protection Unit in Lagos State to withdraw their men from individuals who are not entitled to police aides and escorts in line with the directive of the Inspector-General of Police, to augment its strength”, he said.
“The Command has deemed it necessary to mop up more mobile men to be deployed across the length and breadth of the state for any eventualities as the police is no longer ready to condone any act of lawlessness, brouhaha and state of anarchy in Lagos State”.
The Commissioner of Police, Lagos State, CP Hakeem Odumosu, has put all police personnel and other security agents in the state on red alert, while he charged them to be professional and act according to the provisions of the law, either in self-defence or for self defence”, he said.
The command had warned against any “peaceful” or violent protest whatsoever in the state to avert further breakdown of law and order, killings, burning and lootings that marred the recent Endsars violent protest in the state.
The Command therefore reiterate es its commitment to maintenance of law and order and prevent any act that is capable of causing pains, anarchy and losses of lives and property in the state.