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No crisis in Ajah, we raided black spots – Lagos Police

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The Lagos State Police Command has debunked reports of crisis in Ajah area of Lagos, Southwest Nigeria.

The command said what happened was that its officers raided some black spots in the area.

There has been report of tension at Imosa Idasho Community in Ibeju Lekki as land grabbers invaded the area and attacked some residents.

But a statement issued by the command’s spokesman Muyiwa Adejobi on Sunday said the command moved into the area this morning to raid some identified black spots.

In the swift operations, police operatives arrested 720 suspects with incriminating items, including locally-made guns, cartridges, charms and substances suspected to be Indian hemp and cocaine.

Also, some items suspected to have been looted from various shopping outlets within the state during the recent #EndSARS violence were found within the suspected criminals

“No crisis in Ajah area. The command moved into the area this morning to raid some identified black spots.

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“We have some suspects arrested and stolen items recovered. Similar thing was carried out in some other parts of the state. Police works continue,” he said.

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