New Naira Notes: Lagos State Police Issues Stern Warning Mischief Makers
The Lagos State Police Command says it has uncovered plans by some groups of persons to take advantage of the new naira notes scarcity to unleash violence in some parts of the state.
Lagos State Police Reacts To Plans By Mischief Makers
The Spokesman of the Lagos State police command, Benjamin Hundeyin disclosed this in a statement issued on
Hundeyin warned any of such groups to shelve their planned violence or have the full weight of the law to contend with.
He called on residents and visitors not to panic as the police, in conjunction with other security agencies, have embarked on confidence-building patrols across the Lagos metropolis.
The statement reads briefly, “In the meantime, all law-abiding Lagosians are encouraged to go about their lawful duties without any fear of harassment or intimidation as the Command has ensured optimal deployment of human and operational resources towards guaranteeing their safety and security.”
POLICE WARN MISCHIEF MAKERS
The Lagos State Police Command has uncovered plans by some groups of persons to take advantage of the new Naira notes scarcity to unleash violence in some parts of the State.
— SP Benjamin Hundeyin (@BenHundeyin) February 6, 2023
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