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Sanwo-Olu orders clean up of Lagos

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Following the broad illegal conflagration and obliteration endured in Lagos State this week, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has requested the tidy up of the state, saying Lagos must heal.

The lead representative made this known during an instructions on Friday at the State House in Marina.

He likewise ease the time limitation forced to stem the tide of the turmoil in the state viable Saturday somewhere in the range of 8am and 6pm.

He stated, ” We have initiated the clean up of the city in light of the fact that the city should be tidy up — a ton of barricades, tires consumed out and about… LAWMA (Lagos Waste Management Authority) are out as of now. They will be working all as the night progressed.

“In any case, if they don’t complete, I need to rebuke and engage drivers and our residents to be cautious out and about. If you don’t mind in the event that you don’t have to go out, it would be ideal if you remain at home. However, in the event that you should and you need to go out, if it’s not too much trouble drive with a great deal of alert on the grounds that there are still a ton of blockades, blazes, broken jugs, consumed tires. If you don’t mind be cautious.

“We will try to clean up the city overnight. We’ve pushed all of the men outside.”

The two-week-old #EndSARS protests against police brutality had turned violent earlier in the week as rampaging hoodlums looted and razed public and private assets including banks, police stations, local government secretariats, television station, newspaper house, first-class palace, shopping malls, and many others in the state.


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