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#EndSARS Anniversary: Police Will Entirely Allow Vehicular Procession – CP Odumosu

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Lagos Police Commissioner, Hakeem Odumosu.Before the planned commemoration of the #EndSARS protests of closing yr, the Lagos Shriek Police Define on Tuesday stated this can easiest allow indoor and digital occasions.

Briefing journalists in Ikeja, the Shriek Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu, stated the police would no longer allow any form of shriek apart from vehicular procession.

The police commissioner cautioned residents, especially the childhood in opposition to embarking on any form of shriek with out the approval of the police.

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Odumosu explained that such approval will allow police deployment for ample protection in opposition to hoodlums who could hijack the command.

“Whenever you occur to luxuriate in to must head on vehicular procession, okay. They assign no longer seem to be going to discontinuance somewhere, approach down somewhere and converge somewhere,” he stated.

The police, Odumosu stated, “desire the criminally minded other folks to know that the police is as much as handle them.”

He explained that the necessity to reassure Lagos residents is to douse the stress that has enveloped the train of newest.

To assist faraway from a reoccurrence of the mayhem witnessed closing yr, the police non-public assured Lagos residents that it would no longer abdicate its tasks of protection of lives and properties by permitting a repeat of the incident.

Police operatives had been patrolling the streets in armoured tanks and other autos sooner than October 20, the day blueprint for the #EndSARS Memorial protests.

This is coming just a few hours when youths in the country are getting willing to commemorate the predominant anniversary of #EndSARS, a shriek movement in opposition to police brutality that rocked fundamental cities in the country.

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