JUST IN: Lagos police Command dismisses reports that police station was Burnt

The Lagos State Police Command has dismissed reports that a provincial police station was set on fire by criminals on Monday, May 24.

A statement from state police spokesman CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi said some of the robbers tried to burn Oke Odo's unit but were fired, but 12 people were arrested. Adejobi, while dismissing reports of the attack, said no lives had been lost during the failed attack on the police station.


Adejobi added that the order restored normalcy in Elemoro where another group of hoodlums tried to burn down a new police station set up by Area J Command, Ajah, and the Elemoro Division of the Command in connection with a fatal crash case recorded in the area on Monday.


The Commissioner of Police, Lagos Region, has deployed adequate staff to the areas. He also ordered a thorough investigation into the incidents in Oke Odo, Ile Epo and Elemoro. Details of the events will be revealed very soon.

The Commissioner of Police has urged the general public to remain calm and do their business legally as all hands are on the verge of suppressing any criminal and criminal activity in the state.


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