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COVID-19: Lagos Police Arrest 76, 40 For Conduct Likely To Breach Peace

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...Impound 136 Vehicles For Breaking Curfew



The Lagos State Police Command in its bid to consistently enforce COVID-19 protocols in the state, the Lagos State Police Command on Saturday 13th February at about 1am, arrested seventy six (76) suspects at a birthday party for violating COVID-19 protocols.

The Divisional Police Officer, Maroko Division, according to the command spokesperson, CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi led his team on enforcement of COVID-19 protocols including 12 midnight to 4am curfew when he got wind of the gathering at Lavender court, Jakande close Oniru Victoria Island Lagos.



Those arrested at the party, he said included: Popoola Michael; Adeyemo opeyemi; Ramon salami; Kareem Akeem; Balogun Nurudeen and 71 others.
“The Divisional Police Officer, Maroko Division, also impounded more than One Hundred and thirty six (136) vehicles for breaking the 12 midnight to 4am curfew on the island and some parts of Lekki in the recent past.

“The owners of the vehicles have been charged to the Mobile Court, Oshodi and were fined appropriately”, CSP Adejobi said.



In addition, the Command, he revealed has arrested forty (40) suspects at Lekki Toll Gate plaza, Lagos State, on Saturday 13th February, 2021, for conspiracy, conduct likely to cause breach of peace and violation of COVID-19 protocols.

“The suspects had gathered at the Lekki Toll Gate plaza creating tension and behaving in such a manner that could cause breach of public peace without due regard for COVID-19 protocols major of which are use of nose masks and social distancing.

“The command has however arraigned the suspects today to the mobile court at Panti, Yaba accordingly but were however granted bail by the court. They will appear in court on the next date of adjournment, 2nd March, 2021, with the certificate of COVID-19 test.

“The command therefore assured the general public that it will always discharge its statutory duties as expected within the ambit of the law, while appealing to Lagosians to be law-abiding and go about their lawful businesses”, he stated.

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