Thursday, 4 June 2015

Hoodlums Orders to Return Illegal Alms withing 4 weeks or Lose Life

Commissioner of Police, Lagos State, Mr. Kayode Aderanti 
The Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Kayode Aderanti, has given a four-week ultimatum to hoodlums in the state to submit illegal guns with them.

Aderanti said on Wednesday that the decision was arrived at during the weekly Security Council meeting presided over by Governor Akinwunmi Ambode.
He said the governor ordered all security agencies in the state to mop- up all illegal arms and weapons, “often used by unscrupulous persons to terrorise innocent citizens”.
He said, “Governor Ambode was concerned about the safety of lives and property and urged security agencies to ensure that Lagos is rid of the activities of hoodlums.
“He directed that security agencies should give an ultimatum to individuals that are in possession of illegally-acquired weapons. We are giving them a four-week ultimatum; they should hand over all the weapons that are in their possession to the area commanders. After four weeks we intend to take steps.”
The commissioner described the illegal guns as “weapons of mass destruction that are being used against innocent people”.
Aderanti, however, added that security agencies would be forced to take decisive steps to recover weapons after the expiration of the period of grace.



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