Photo Credit: BBC PIDGIN Although many parts of Lagos have continued to experience absolute peace daily, there are however some parts that have continued to face attacks from hoodlums, cultists occasionally. These areas include Mushin, Abule Oja, Ajegunle, and some other parts of Surulere where bad boys stay.
The victims of the Monday's overnight clash between two suspected cultists group have narrated how the whole crisis during the day started before it snowballed into burning down of shops and looting of goods in Akinbode, Tinuola Streets, Mushin, Lagos State. The shop owners in the streets where the clashed between the suspected members of Aye confraternity and Eye gang narrated that the two groups started fighting in the afternoon of Monday, August 16th 2021.
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On the evening of Monday, August 16, 2021, the Akinbode area in Mushin was thrown into chaos as suspected miscreants in the neighborhood went on the rampage, burning down shops, houses, and vehicles. You may recall that brutal clashes have been common in most parts of Mushin, with terrible outcomes.
Photo Credit: Google Armed gang invade Lagos streets, injure many, loot shops Mushin area of Lagos State was yesterday, thrown into commotion as some armed gang invaded some streets, inflicting injuries on residents and destroying property worth millions of naira. Photo Credit: Vanguard Newspaper
The Recent Cult Clash That Destroyed Properties Worth Millions in Lagos Should Make the Police Situp
Some residents in Mushin, Lagos State, woke up this morning to see the massive destruction that happened as a result of a clash. Many believed that this clash was between two deadly cult groups because this is not the first time cultist are fighting in that area.
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. 153, 256kg of assorted drugs destroyed in Ekiti forest, others A fake police officer and a soldier suspected to be fake also as well as a youth corps member are among 663 drug traffickers and users arrested when operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency raided notorious drug joints in Lagos, Abuja, Benue and other parts of the country during which assorted illicit drugs weighing over 153, 256.876 kilograms were either destroyed or seized in the past week.
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… As Special Team Commences Rescue Operations True to its words of ensuring that Lagos is rid of all forms of environmental nuisance, the State Ministry of Youth and Social Development has begun ridding the street of beggars and destitute persons. In an exercise tagged “Rescue Operation” undertaken by a special team of the Rescue and Rehabilitation department of the Ministry, in collaboration with the Police, Man ‘O’ War and other volunteers, major streets and markets in Mushin, Fadeyi, Yaba, Lekki and Sabo areas of Lagos were visited to rescue beggars as well as destitute and vulnerable people from the streets, under bridges, uncompleted buildings and other places unfit for human habitation.
Three persons have been killed while many were injured and properties razed as Suspected cultist went on the rampage at Mushin, Lagos. It was gathered that the dreaded Eiye cultist on Monday night stormed Akingbode and Olateju areas of mushin , torching houses, vehincles and also looting shops to retaliate the shooting of their member at a bar at ilupeju on Sunday.
Three persons were feared killed, several left injured, and properties tore down as suspected cultists cause uproar in Mushin, Lagos. It was gathered that on Monday night revolting Eiye cultists stormed Akinglode and Olateju areas of Mushin, torching houses, vehicles, and looting shops to avenge the death of their member who was allegedly shot in a bar at IIupeju.
Suspected cultists went on a rampage in Mushin, Lagos, killing at least three persons, injuring several more, and destroying property. At retaliation for the shooting of one of their members in a bar in Ilupeju on Sunday, rampaging Eiye cultists stormed Mushin's Akingbode and Olateju areas on Monday night, torching houses, vehicles, and looting shops.
The Lagos State Police Command has apprehended ten suspected criminals. The suspects were apprehended during a special raid on a hideout in the Mushin area of the state around 10 p.m. on Wednesday. Confirming the arrest, the Spokesperson of the Lagos State Police Command, CSP Adekunle Ajisebutu, stated that the latest operations were carried out in the most professional manner possible without infringing on the rights of innocent and law-abiding citizens, and were in further compliance with the Commissioner of Police, CP Hakeem Odumosu's directive.
Yesterday, suspected cultists went on the rampage in Mushin, Lagos, killing three people, injuring several more, and destroying property. Eiye cultists reportedly attacked Mushin's Akingbode and Olateju neighborhoods on Monday night, torching homes, automobiles, and looting shops in retaliation for the shooting of one of their members in a pub in Ilupeju on Sunday.
Pandemonium has broken along Akinbode Street, off Olateju Street, Mushin, area of Lagos State late Mondy night as houses and vehicles are being torched by people suspected to be miscreants. Mrs. Margaret Adeseye, Director of the Lagos State Incident and Rescue Service, confirmed the news, saying that the miscreants had stopped firefighters from getting to the scene of the fire.
An 18 year old boy, Segun Bakare has recounted his ordeal in the hands of suspected Ritualist, who Kidnapped him from Lagos to ore in Ondo state. Segun, who is an auto-mechanic apprentice in Mushin, lagos, while speaking to Newsmen, said he had set out to work on August 19 when he was approached by a man who appeared as an islamic Cleric.
Following Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu's promise of bringing sanity and getting rid of the street nuisance, the Lagos State Government has declared zero tolerance to street beggars and roaming destitute on every Lagos street. The special team of the Rescue and Rehabilitation department of the Ministry in collaboration with the Lagos State Police, Man'O War, and other volunteer agencies has taken to the street to enforce an operation titled 'Rescue Operation'.
A special team of the Rescue and Rehabilitation department of the Lagos State Ministry of Youth and Social Development has begun ridding the streets of beggars, destitute and vulnerable persons. This is in line with the information announced earlier by the Honorable Commissioner for Youth and Social Development, Mr. Olusegun Dawodu.
The Lagos State Police Command has confirmed the arrests of ten suspected criminals who were terrorizing unsuspecting members of the public in the state's Mushin Area. CSP Adekunle Ajisebutu, the state Police Public Relations Officer, said in a statement on Thursday that the raid was ordered by the state Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu, to rid the state of criminal suspects who were terrorizing residents.