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Sanwo-Olu Assures Lagosians Of Improved Security Situation

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Subair Mohammed
Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has assured Lagosians of an improved security situation in the State,

while adding that, overhauling of the security architecture is inevitable

Governor Sanwo-Olu gave this assurance after an emergency security meeting with Chiefs of security agencies on Monday in Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos.

Speaking further on the objective of the meeting, he said it is to address the emerging security challenges facing the state.

He added that re-organising the state’s security template was necessary in order to make the state safer for business and living.

Briefing journalists at the end of the meeting, Sanwo-Olu said security agencies have been placed on alert in preparation for the development.

He added that, the reform would lead to a new engagement for security operatives and help in achieving efficiency in combating crimes.

He said: “I wish to assure Lagosians that security challenges such as cultism, kidnapping, armed robbery, pipeline vandalism and indiscriminate driving against traffic were at the top of our discussion.”

The Governor however pleaded for cooperation from residents.

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Noting: “Making Lagos safe is our daily responsibility and all residents must also take up the challenge. I assure that we would begin to see a new deal in security which will further improve safety of lives and property”

He stressed further that his government would embark on advocacy on the existing restriction laws for motorcycles.

He said: “We will be embarking on a lot of advocacy on all media of communications to inform Lagosians about traffic and restriction laws.

We don’t want to be making arrest without reminding ourselves of the right things to do and how to do it. It is when we have done that and some of us refuse to be compliant that the full wrath of the law would be applied.”

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