Lagos neighborhood laments invasion of hoodlums, begs DPO, safety operatives for assist

Residents of Taiwo Fayemi neighborhood in Ejigbo Native Council Growth Space (LCDA) of Lagos State have cried out to the council chairman, Hon. Monsuru Bello (Obe) and the Divisional Police Officer of Ejigbo Police Division, CSP Olabisi Okuwobi to enhance the safety surveillance of the neighborhood, claiming that hoodlums have taken over the streets.

Based on the residents, the hoodlums now function in daylight, robbing individuals of their belongings.

The Neighborhood Growth Affiliation Chairman, Mr. Olajide Makinde, who spoke to DAILY POST, lamented the excessive fee at which hoodlums assault the neighborhood.

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Based on him, aside from theft, some boys have additionally invaded the neighborhood, smoking Indian hemp with out restriction.

He stated their behaviour has turn into a serious menace to the neighborhood as they pose hazard to their youngsters and the complete residents.

“The boys are the main issues now, smoking and stealing throughout the neighbourhood. These boys smoke India hemp freely in the course of the day to not discuss of at night time. They’re turning into an awesome menace to the residents and if they don’t seem to be checked earlier, they might wreak irreparable havoc on the neighborhood.

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“Avenue buying and selling is turning into one other main headache in our neighborhood. The problem additionally needs to be curtailed by the native authorities.

“The police may also help by guaranteeing they patrol the neighborhood typically to indicate presence and use drive to arrest these hoodlums. In the event that they do that, the hoodlums will cut back as those that could wish to be a part of them could be compelled to desist,” he stated.

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