Lagos Taskforce To Demolish Over 2,500 Illegal Structures In Oko-Oba New Abbatoir



The Lagos States Environmental and Special Offences (Enforcement) Unit (Taskforce) over the weekend served a 7-day ‘Removal Order’ to owners/occupiers of all illegal structures/shanties including containarised shops around Fagba along Abbatior new Oko-Oba to remove them with their belongings immediately.
Chairman of the Agency, CSP Olayinka Egbeyemi who led the enforcement team of the Agency disclosed that over 2500 illegal structures/shanties including containerised shops were served ‘Removal Order’ around the area.
Egbeyemi disclosed further that these illegal shanties were occupied by miscreants and hoodlums who burnt and destroyed both public and private properties along that axis during the last protest.

“It was an eye-sore with miscreants and hoodlums freely smoking Indian hemp including under age boys around the area”
“You will recall that as part on spot assessment of extent of destruction of both public and private properties by miscreants and hoodlums during the last protest Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu and the Lagos State Commissioner of Police CP Hakeem Odumosu visited Fagba along Abbatior new Oko-Oba area”
In a release by Adebayo Taofiq Head, Public Affairs Unit Egbeyemi stated that residents around Fagba along Abbatoir new Oko-Oba area could no longer sleep with their two eyes closed due to series of criminal activities perpetuated by these notorious boys.
He confirmed that the Lagos State Commissioner of Police CP Hakeem Odumosu has directed that immediately after the expiration of the 7 days ‘Removal Order” any miscreants or hoodlums arrested be charge to court for prosecution.

The Chairman however maintained that the Agency would not relent in securing a safe environment for citizens within the State and the country at large.


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