Sanwo-Olu declares 24hrs curfew as hoodlums set Orile-Iganmu police station on fire

Sanwo-Olu declares 24hrs curfew as hoodlums set Orile-Iganmu police station on fire

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Lagos State governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Tuesday imposed 24 hours in the State.

This followed the outbreak of violence that greeted the #EndSARS protests in some parts of the State on Tuesday morning.

A SCENE OF ORILE-IGANMU PILICE STATION UP IN FLAME

A group of people suspected to be hoodlums have burnt down the police station situated in Orile-Iganmu Local Government Area of Lagos State.

The police station services both Iganmu Community in Apapa Iganmu and Orile Community in Coker/Aguda.

The rampaging hoodlums were said to have broke into police armoury and took away arms and ammunition before setting the police station ablaze.

It is yet unclear the demands of the hoodlums who set the police station ablaze which occurred around 09.45 am.

Many #End SARS protesters have fled the scene of protest after pandemonium broke out.

As at the time of filing this report, police authorities in the State, have mobilise to stop the attacks from spreading.

TheNewspad reports that Edo State on Monday afternoon imposed a curfew in the State after hoodlums broke into two Correctional Centres and four police stations in the State, freeing detained criminal suspects and prisoners.

Details soon.

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