Residents Of Magodo Protest, Claimed Police Siege

 Residents Of Magodo Protest, Claimed Police Siege

People staying at Magodo Phase II Estate in Lagos, on Tuesday morning staged a protest against the presence of armed policemen numbering over 50 on the estate. THE WILL reports.

The Chairman of Magodo Residents’ Association, Bajo Osinubi said, had been for two weeks, claiming that they came to “take possession of properties on behalf of Adeyiga family and others”. Information Guide Nigeria

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“Magodo Phase 2 has been under siege of the IGP’s anti-riot police squad for three weeks”.

“We called our people out to protest this morning. Over 50 policemen are living within the estate. We want the police out of our estate”. jamb results

“There are no cases of kidnapping, rioting, but why are they still here? We want them out of our estate. We want to live in peace. This is a business between Lagos State government and the Adeyiga family”.

“We are under siege; the police have been here for two weeks, they came in December to take possession of properties on behalf of Adeyiga family and others”.

“Since then, we’ve gotten in touch with prominent personalities to intervene and get the police off our estate. We are victims, even inside our own homes. The police have been here. They are very restless”.

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