Lagos Police Commissioner, Edgal Orders Officers To Shoot Cultists

The Lagos state police commissioner has ordered the force that any cultist found with fire arms should be shot within the state with immediate effect.

Imohimi Edgal, the Lagos state commissioner of police, who disclosed this while addressing security stakeholders at the Area M, Police Command, Idimu, Lagos, said the era of treating cultists with kid gloves has ended.

He said that cultists are now to be treated as armed robbers whenever they are arrested by the police. He also vowed to put an end to cult-related clashes in the state, adding that such action would no longer be tolerated in the state.

Going further, he explained that most areas in Lagos state don’t experience violent crimes such as robberies and kidnappings, but suffered from huge cult-related activities which has clamed many lives, Vanguard reports. He said:

“Cultism is currently a very serious issue we must tackle in Lagos state and everyone must be involved. I am fully out to tackle it head-on and I urge parents to warn their children to stay out of cultism and turn a new leaf because I am coming for them.

“The era where cultists apprehended with firearms are treated with kid gloves is over. I have ordered my men to shoot at any cultist who is seen with a fire arm. This is not a joke, parents must take this message home to their children and warn them to desist from all cult-related activities henceforth.

“I have also strengthened the Anti-Cultism Department of the Lagos state police command and I have directed them to move all out to track all cultists operating within the state.”

Governor Akinwunmi Ambode on Tuesday, September 5, received the new commissioner of police Imohimi Edgal and outgoing commissioner Fatai Owoseni at Lagos House, Ikeja.

Recall that the outgoing commissioner of police in Lagos, Fatai Owoseni, on Wednesday, August 30, said he was not aware of the appointment of a new police commissioner for the state.

However, the confusion which greeted the recent redeployment of Owoseni out of Lagos state as commissioner of police seems to have been settled, as he handed over to his successor.

Eid: Holidaymakers Shower Encomium On Osun Govt For Free Train Ride

Holiday makers for the 2017 Eid-il-Kabir festival have continued to shower encomium on the government of the State of Osun for the provision of free train ride from Lagos to Osogbo.

It would be recalled that it is a policy of the Governor Rauf Aregbesola administration to provide free train service from Lagos to Osogbo, during festive period of all faith.

However, for the 2017 Eid-il-Kabir festival, the first train, on Wednesday August 30, left Iddo Terminus, Lagos enroute Ikeja, through Ogun and Oyo State to end the journey in Osogbo, while the second batch left on Thursday August 31, 2017 through the same route down to Osogbo.

After the Eil-il-kabir celebration, the train is expected to leave Osogbo on Sunday September 3rd, 2017 for Lagos.

Some of the beneficiaries of the gesture said, the government had provided succor to the less-privileged who are interested but did not have the financial wherewithal to return to their families for the celebration.

One Rashidi Sunmonu, an indigene of Osogbo who joined the train service with his wife and four kids said the service had eased the tension of transport fare back home, commending the government for his concern for the less-privilege in the society.

He then appealed that the policy should be institutionalised to ensure that anyone who will take over from the administration continues it.

The Commissioner for Commerce, Industries and Cooperatives, Ismail Jayeoba-Alagbada had in a statement said, the gesture was in furtherance of Aregbesola administration’s commitment to the welfare of the ordinary people who deserve the support from the government.

He was optimistic that the free train provided by the government would give Osun indigenes in particular the opportunities to return home in order to savor the joy of the festival with their relatives.

“This is one of the social protection projects of the Aregbesola administration and since we commenced this more than six years ago, we have not looked back. Even in the face of very harsh financial constraints, we have strived to keep this offer going, convinced that it has offered great opportunities for our people and helped their finances as well,” Jayeoba-Alagbada stressed.

My Random Thoughts…

By Akinwunmi Ambode

I am sharing my thoughts in this article, not necessarily as the Governor of Lagos State but as a Nigerian; a Nigerian who wants to see progress and sustainable growth in our country.

I have been lucky to be administering over a State that has been put on the right track by my two predecessors, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and Babatunde Raji Fashola (SAN). I do not think I have done anything special except to bring my own style of leadership, my own experience and my vision.

Lagos, as it is, has not reached its peak but we can see signs of progress and positive transition to the Lagos of our dreams. What bothers me personally is that I do not see the same level of progress elsewhere in the country. I am not happy that most States in our country are not advancing like Lagos. It will be unfair of me to think that because Lagos is functioning, then I can go to bed and assume all is well. If only one man is prospering in a village, it is not progress. Rather that man is in danger.

According to the statistics released by the United Nations, by 2050, Nigeria is projected to have the third largest population in the world, with two-thirds of the population today below the age of 35. What are we doing today about this? What are we planning to feed them with? How are we going to provide them with jobs, housing and infrastructure? How are we planning to make the country self-sufficient and self-reliant for the future?

One of the key instruments to the permanent prosperity of Nigeria lies in the hands of the 109 Senators and 360 Representatives in the National Assembly. I just want to plead that we should be open-minded and forward-thinking; we should think about the teeming millions of youths, from Kano to Ibadan, Zungeru to Warri, Jalingo to Yobe, Umuahia to Calabar, and then back to Lagos; we must give serious consideration to what we intend to bequeath to them.

In my opinion, the prosperity of this nation lies with the States. We need to get the States and Regions working again and the only way we can unleash the potential of the state is for our representatives at the National Assembly to help their own states take the next step and move to the next level. In the past, there used to be positive rivalry and competition among regions prior to the entrance of the military in the national governance. The military split the nation into States and moved all resource control to the centre for their own administrative convenience. Now that we have tasted democracy, I think it is time for us to sit back and think, for the sake of those who are older than us and for the sake of our children, and even those yet unborn.

We need to raise our voice in support of the demand for devolution of power to States and fiscal federalism, especially the review of the current revenue sharing formula.  These, in my view, are fundamental and critical to creating an enabling environment that will accelerate development in all parts of the country. The ongoing process for the review of the 1999 Constitution presents a golden opportunity for us to redress all the aberrations created by the interjection of the military that have stunted growth and inhibited the capacity of States to harness the huge potentials of our nation.

Even with the kind of resources we have in Lagos, it is very clear that there is huge infrastructural deficit in the State. In addition, the resources are not so huge as to make Lagos globally competitive and deliver the social infrastructure we all crave. So where will the money to drive the Lagos of our dreams come from?

The economy is not doing well as much as we want. I cannot tax the people any more than we are doing presently, but we have to become more efficient in tax collection because that is the major source of revenue with which we can protect the future as well as improve the welfare and well-being of all Lagosians.

This takes me to the kind of reforms that we have embarked upon in the last two years. We made security a priority. Our goal has always been to deliver a clean, safe and prosperous Lagos. I want to use this platform to thank the private sector and the corporate Lagos who have been wonderful and have been silently supporting us in the provision of security equipment and infrastructure to our security agencies. Because of them we have been able to improve the performance of our security agencies but we will not take them for granted.

On Cleaner Lagos Initiative. In the last two years, we have found out that Lagos generates one of the highest waste in the world. As at the last count, documented waste in Lagos is estimated at 13,000 tonnes per day; compared to New York which is 10,000 tonnes. Considering undocumented statistics, we can add an additional 4,000 tonnes per day to that figure.

Now, if we want to be revolutionary; if we want to be globally competitive; if I want to deliver on the promise that I made to deliver a clean, safe, and prosperous Lagos, I cannot use the same template that has been in use in the past. Cleaning Lagos and keeping the environment clean has nothing to do with environmental sanitation and putting your economic productivity at a standstill for three (3) hours in a month. That will not clean Lagos.

Cleaning Lagos means we should give Lagosians scientifically treated land fill site, transfer loading stations, functional dyno-bins, functional compactors, brand new materials and also be able to employ more people. That is why I extended my hand to the private sector for a partnership that will lead to the introduction of 500 brand new compactors, employ more than 27,000 street sweepers across the various wards in Lagos and create 200,000 indirect jobs. And we are commencing this in another few weeks.

I fully appreciate the concerns of the people who have been cleaning Lagos in the years past. I do not take them for granted, neither am I going to ignore them. The new model is a win-win for all of us; I have offered them 100% income from the commercial enterprise so that our PSP can gain capacity and also get more capital to do more work. There are over 5,000 companies in Lagos, enough to go around all the PSP operators, with a minimum of 15 companies to each PSP. The government can support them to make their contract with those companies bankable.

So, while we are using the Cleaner Lagos Initiative to clean private residences and domestic refuse, our original PSP operators are compensated by dealing with companies and getting 100% revenues with just 1% administrative charges to LAWMA. In the past, LAWMA collects 40% in charges. This reform is a product of deep thoughts and serious human considerations for the environment and all stakeholders. We promise Lagosians that effective from October; within six months they will see the difference. All they need to do to help us achieve this goal is to cooperate with the government and pay the annual public utility levy in accordance with the law. This is what will fund the project. Our bins will be cleared systematically on a daily basis. The same way the way the refuse on Adeola Odeku is cleared is the same way refuse in Badagry, Ayobo, Agege and other parts of Lagos will be cleared.

In the transport sector, we have decided that to integrate our rail, road and water transportation systems. It will take time and but I believe in the philosophy of Think It, Plan It and then Act It. Sometimes, people can be impatient and say we are not responsive, but the issue is that when you run a government, you cannot run a reactionary government. We are running a responsive government which is one of the tenets of good governance. We must and are expected to think through all our policies properly and to the end before planning and executing. The difference between the thinking time, planning time, the execution time and the action time demanded by the populace is what makes people cry out.

There are a lot of things coming up under the bus reforms initiative. We are introducing new bus terminals; there are already new terminals at Tafawa Balewa Square and in Ikeja. We are constructing more; Yaba, Oyingbo, Mile 2, Ojodu Berger, Ogba and Agege. All these things will be in place before our new buses come in February 2018.

We are doing a lot on water transportation also. We want to make sure that everyone is able to move from one place to another.

Like the transport sector, we are doing new things in the health sector. We do not have enough General and Specialist hospitals. From Lekki to Epe there is no General hospital along that axis and we need to do something about it. More Specialist hospitals are coming up but the government cannot do it alone. My take is that the private sector needs to come on board. The private sector is at the front burner of what we are doing and we have a management team made up of experts from the private sector. We welcome ideas and projects that can bring value to the majority of Lagosians. We believe strongly that value is driven by the impact on humanity and that is what all our story is all about.

We love the criticism that Lagos is the second least livable city. It is a challenge to us and we are working on it, but people forget that the major considerations for this classification are terrorism and crime which I believe we do not have in Lagos. I am passionate about Lagos. I do not compare myself (Lagos) with Melbourne. What is important is that we are making some giant strides, positively affecting the lives of our people and even receiving accolades for the little things we have done. There is still a lot more to come and in another one year, I believe that people will see that Lagos has taken proper shape. I am a good listener and I appreciate objective criticism. I read and listen even though I often do not respond.

Lagos is the most thriving Cosmopolitan city right now in Sub-Saharan Africa. Our goal is to expand capital expenditure such that in another two to three years, Lagos state will become the third largest economy in Africa.

These are just some of my random thoughts…

• Mr. Ambode is the Governor of Lagos State

Suspected Kidnapper Evan Pleads Guilty In Court

Billionaire kidnap kingpin, Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike, also known as Evans, has pleaded guilty to kidnapping charges brought against him by the Lagos State Government.

The billionaire kidnapper who was charged alongside five of his accomplishes pleaded guilty to a two count charge of kidnapping brought against him by the state.

Evans promptly responded that, ‘I am guilty’ when the charges were read to him.

Evans was represented by his counsel, Olukoya Ogungbeje.

The judge ordered that all the male defendants be remanded at Kirikiri Maximum Prison while the female defendant, who pleaded not guilty to all the charges, be kept at the Kirikiri Female Prison.

He adjourned till October 19.

INEC Approves September 30 For Lagos Bye-Election

The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, on Monday said the bye-election to fill the vacant Eti-Osa Constituency I seat in the Lagos State House of Assembly would be held on September 30.

Sam Olumekun, INEC’s new Resident Electoral Commissioner, REC, in Lagos State, announced the date at a stakeholders meeting attended by party leaders at the Lagos headquarters of the commission.

The bye-election is coming up following the July 18 death of Kazeem Alimi of the All Progressives Congress, who occupied the seat.

He succumbed to a brief illness at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, two weeks after celebrating his 50th birthday.

Mudashiru Mustapha, INEC Administrative Secretary in Lagos State, had on August 11 said September 16 was being considered for the election.

He had, however, said it was tentative had yet to be approved by the national headquarters of INEC.

The Inter-Party Advisory Council, IPAC, after Mr. Mustapha’s disclosure, urged the electoral body to shift the proposed date for the bye-election by two weeks.

The group appealed to INEC to consider September 30, stressing that they just finished a local government election in the state.

They said this would give the parties more time to be able to sensitize and mobilize their people ahead of the election.

Mr. Olumekun, the new Lagos REC, told the stakeholders at his maiden meeting with them that September 30 had been approved by the INEC national headquarters after considering the recommendations by party leaders.

“This meeting is an opportunity for me formally introduce myself to stakeholders in the state and discuss the modalities for the forthcoming Eti-Osa I bye-election that has been slated for September 30.

“Timetable has been drawn and we have given them out to the parties. The commission will monitor these activities.

“INEC is taking the management of elections to a higher level. Since 2011, we have progressively improved on our performance.

“We have designed new tools which we are going to work with to conduct a very fair, credible, peaceful and conclusive election,” he said.

Mr. Olumekun urged political parties to conduct their activities peacefully and partner with the commission in the areas of voter registration and education.

“Voters’ education is very key to the growth of democracy and INEC alone cannot educate and mobilize the citizens to perform their civic responsibilities.

“We have about 1.4 million Permanent Voter Cards that are yet to be collected. We are appealing to political parties to help mobilize and encourage the people in this regard, and be part of the voter registration,” Olumekun said.

Reading out the timetable for the forthcoming bye-election, Oladosu Balogun, Head of Department, Electoral Operations, INEC-Lagos, said the conduct of primaries by political parties was from August 26 to September 5.

“Forms should be collected from Abuja and the last day for submission of Forms CF001, CF002 and nomination form at INEC headquarters in Abuja is September 7, while the last day for the publication of a list of nominated candidates will be Sept. 14.

“September 23 is for the submission of names and addresses of party agents to electoral officers. Campaigns have started and the last day for campaigns is on Sept.28. The election will then take place on Sept. 30,” Mr. Balogun said.

Reacting, Charles Odugbesi, a representative of the Lagos State Chapter of the All Progressives Congress, suggested that the collection and submission of forms should be done in Lagos and not Abuja to save cost and time.

Also, Shola Omolola, Lagos State Chairman, Action Alliance, said that the timing for the primaries was short and appealed for an extension of the date to allow political parties conduct their primaries adequately.

Kola Ajayi, State Chairman, IPAC, urged the commission to make the form available online.

Residential Building Collapses In Lagos

A residential building collapsed this morning at Ilufe Road near the very popular Alaba international market, Lagos state.

According to reports, many lives were saved and the Lagos state emergency officials have sealed off the building.  No casualities have been recorded so far and it seems everyone was rescued from the wreck .

More Details Shortly


Eld-El-Kabir: Lagos Begins Sales Of LAKE Rice Thursday

As part of its commitment to boost food security in the state, the Lagos State Government is set to begin another batch of sales of LAKE Rice in preparation for the forthcoming Eid-El-Kabir celebration.

The sales of rice will begin on Thursday, 24 August 2017 in various centers across the state.

The Lagos State Commissioner for Agriculture, Oluwatoyin Suarau said that the present administration, has since inception, embarked on agricultural policies and programs that would enhance the availability of food in the state and would always remain committed to ensuring that the state remained a food secured place.

He added that the present administration would continue to ensure adequate production and a fair distribution of the rice across the state as it would be made available to the masses in the various accredited centers in the state.

The Commissioner stated further that the Lagos State Governor, Mr Akinwumi Ambode had approved the following Centres for the distribution and sales of Lake rice; the 57 Local Government and Local Council Development Areas; the Agricultural Development Area Complex Oko-Oba, Agege; LTV Blue Roof Complex, Agidingbi, Ikeja, and other designated centers across the state.

He added that the prices still remained the same as 50kg bag of Lake Rice would be sold for N12,000, 25kg for N6,000, and 10kg for N2,500. Surau noted that the rice is for all Lagosian irrespective of their religion or tribes.



Source: PM News

Chief Judge Grants Amnesty To 43 Juvenile Offender

Justice Olufunmilayo Atilade, the Chief Judge of Lagos State, on Thursday granted amnesty to another 43 juvenile offenders incarcerated at Ikoyi Prisons.

Justice Atilade, in a bid to address the problem of underage children locked up in prisons across the state, had visited no fewer than four prisons in August to free the juvenile offenders.The chief judge had on August 1 set free 80 underage males from the Badagry Prisons and on August 14, she also released 13 female juvenile offenders from the Kirikiri Female Prisons as well as 49 juvenile male inmates from the Kirikiri Medium Prisons.

The chief judge had on August 1 set free 80 underage males from the Badagry Prisons and on August 14, she also released 13 female juvenile offenders from the Kirikiri Female Prisons as well as 49 juvenile male inmates from the Kirikiri Medium Prisons.

The juvenile inmates, who are below 18 years, were arrested and prosecuted by the Lagos State Task Force on Environmental Offences for hawking, breach of peace among others.

They are serving various prison terms after failing to pay fines imposed on them by the mobile courts Mrs. Atilade to 185. She had also on August 14, freed 67 adult inmates who had various physical disabilities and other health challenges.

In her address, Mrs. Atilade said her amnesty exercise was in line with the Lagos State Government’s zero tolerance for children in prison.

“The Lagos State Government has zero tolerance for children in prisons, children have no business being in adult prisons.

“This exercise is in continuation of the prison decongestion exercise we have embarked upon based on a petition we received from Mrs Modupe Olubamowo, the Head of Prison Ministry, Fountain of Life Church.

“So far, we have been able to secure the release of 80 inmates from Badagry and 127 from the male and female wing of Kirikiri prisons,” she said.

Justice Oluwatoyin Ipaye, Head of the Prison Decongestion Committee, in her speech, applauded the chief judge’s efforts in the month of August in decongesting the prisons of underage offenders.

She said: “The month of August has been a golden one in the calendar of the judiciary; we got alerted to the existence of children in prisons.

“On August 1, the chief judge released 80 children from Badagry Prison. Again, on August 14, underage children numbering 62 were freed from the Kirikiri Women and Medium Security Prisons.”

Admonishing the juveniles before they were freed, Justice Yetunde Idowu, the Head of the Family Court, emphasised the need for quality education for children to reduce vices.

“No child below the age of 18 should be in prison, they have zero business being in prison, the police and the task force magistrates should ensure that this abnormality does not continue.”

Freeing the elated underage children, Justice Atilade gave them a stern warning to be of good behaviour and not return to the prison, telling them to “go and sin no more.”

The 43 juvenile offenders were immediately handed over to officials of the Ministry of Youth and Social Welfare, 12 of the underage children are to be sent to Adigbe Foster Home, Abeokuta, Ogun by the Ministry officials for rehabilitation and supervision the release of the inmates is in line with Section 1 (1) of the Criminal Justice Release from Custody Special Provisions Act, Laws of the Federation 2007

The release of the inmates is in line with Section 1 (1) of the Criminal Justice Release from Custody Special Provisions Act, Laws of the Federation 2007

Flood Crisis: 9 Local Govt Risk Being Submerge With Lagos – NSE

The Lagos State Government must intensify its flood management efforts so that communities in Epe, Eti-Osa, Amuwo Odofin, Ojo, Kosofe, Lagos Island,

Apapa, Ibeju-Lekki and Ikorodu Local Governments would not be submerged.

The Victoria Island branch of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, NSE, gave the advice on Thursday at a conference and paper presentation on the solutions to flooding in Lagos State.

It said that a recent research showed that Eti-Osa could be totally submerged in a few years’ time if there were no concrete management of flooding on Victoria Island.

It therefore called on the state government to relocate residents in flood prone areas elsewhere before it happened.

It also suggested the need for environmentalists, sociologists, lawyers, engineers, economists and other professionals to collaborate with the state government and jointly finds lasting solutions to flooding.

Sunday Egbiki, one of the panellists in his paper presentation said that the piecemeal approach of cleaning drainage channels would not work on Victoria Island.

Mr. Egbiki, a fellow of the NSE, said that some parts in the state were lying below the sea level and if urgent measures were not adopted, such would soon be completely submerged by flood.

Mr. Egbiki who spoke on, “Engineering Flood Management and Disaster Mitigation”, advised the state government to relocate residents of the local governments susceptible to perennial flooding elsewhere.

The government after that should convert those portions to tourism centres, parks and lakes that could attract revenue to the state as done by the government of the Netherlands some years ago, he said.

“The traditional approach of solving flood and drainage problems must change if we are to achieve any meaningful and sustainable progress in this area,” he said.

He said that the Lagos State Government should adopt the Integrated Flood Management (IFM) system, which he said if well implemented would end flooding.

Mr. Egbiki listed causes of flooding to include: climate change, increased rate of urbanisation along flood plains, inadequate maintenance of infrastructure and sea level rise.

Also, John Audu, another fellow of the NSE, delivered a paper on “Safety Precaution for the Public in the event of disaster”.

He advised residents to always disconnect all electrical appliances in their homes when an area is flooded to guide against being victims of electrocution.

Mr. Audu also advised the public to always keep emergency numbers and call for help on time, use disinfectants and adopt other hygienic measures to avoid an outbreak of diseases during and after flooding.

Also, the Victoria Island Branch chairman, Abdulrasheed Moyosore, advised governments to always heed experts’ advice on issues likely to affect the public.

He said that a warning in March which was ignored led to the flood disaster experienced on Victoria Island last month.

Mr. Moyosore said that the branch was planning to sensitise the residents of the various communities along the waterfront through their community leaders on the importance keeping clean drainage systems.

Other speakers called on government to check the indiscriminate development and sand filling going on in various parts of the waterfront and flood prone areas in the state.

Suspected Kidnapper Lynched In Lagos

A suspected kidnapper has been lynched by an angry mob in Akinpelu, Oshodi area of Lagos State. The suspect according to reports was killed for allegedly attempting to kidnap three babies.

This incidence occurred despite repeated warning by the Commissioner of Police, Mr. Fatai Owoseni against jungle justice. Recall that over 30 suspects for jungle justice was arrested recently.

There was pandemonium at Brown Street, Oshodi, as the suspected kidnapper was clubbed to death following the alleged kidnap of three children who were returning from their holiday coaching.

According to eyewitnesses, the alleged kidnapper was caught with a big bag, popularly known as Ghana must go, which he was struggling with along Salami Street. This prompted suspicious residents to question him, and to their surprise, they discovered three children in the bag he carried.

The abducted children were said to have lost their voices due to suffocation as they barely struggled to stay alive until they were rescued.

The suspect  alleged to be a Further Mathematics teacher from one Odeogberin International Nursery and Primary School at Owoseni Street, Oshodi but when he was taken to the school, the headmaster said he was not a teacher and had never seen him before.

A resident, who simply identified herself as Omotoke, said area boys took the kidnapper around and asked for his identity but when no one recognized him, they stripped him of his clothes.

“When they opened his bag, two of the children appeared to have died while one was still breathing. At the sight of the lifeless bodies, the angry mob beat him until he died,” she said.


Demise Of Lateef Raji: An Icon Exited – Aregbesola

The news of the death of a commissioner at the Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission (LASIEC), Mr. Lateef Oludare Raji, has been described as sudden, shocking and a piece of sad news by the Governor of Osun, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola.

Before his death on Monday morning, Raji was a staunch All Progressive Congress (APC) party man in Lagos State and a consummate journalist.

In a statement by the Media Adviser to the Governor, Mr. Sola Fasure, Aregbesola described the untimely death of Mr. Raji as one that has robbed Lagos State of a loyal party man and a grassroots politician.

The Governor said Raji was his personal friend and staunch supporter who never wavered in  supporting him in all his political endeavours. He described Raji as a dependable party organiser who demonstrated sound knowledge of party organisation when he was the Secretary of the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN), Lagos State Chapter.

Aregbesola lamented that the sudden transition of Mr. Raji will no doubt leave a huge vacuum in LASIEC, Nigerian politics and the media industry.

The statement said in part: “There is no gainsaying the fact that Lagos APC, the media family and particularly LASIEC will miss Lateef’s invaluable contributions to the activities of the state electoral commission, his informed writings and social commentaries.
On behalf of myself, the government and the good people of the State of Osun, I offer our heart-felt condolences to the immediate and extended families of Mr. Raji, management and staff of LASIEC, APC Lagos and the Lagos State Government.

I prayer that Almighty Allah repose his soul in aljanna firdaus and give the family the fortitudes to bear this irreparable loss.”