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Friday, 7 July 2017

Photos: Lagos Police, Traditional and Religious leaders, vigilante groups, hold meeting over Badoo attacks in Ikorodu

The Lagos state police command last night held an outdoor security meeting with stakeholders in Ikorodu with the aim of finding a lasting solution towards the increasing attacks carried out by members of the notorious cult group, Badoo.

The meeting which took place at Sabo Junction, opposite Ojokoro Cemetery, Ikorodu had in attendance the Deputy Lagos Commissioner of Police, representatives of the 174 Army Battalion,
Odogunyan, Ikorodu, NAVY, NDLEA, DSS, OPC members, Onyabo Vigilantes in Ikorodu headed by Chief Bombata, the Lagos Neighbourhood Safety Corps, Traditional Leaders (Osugbo / Olomba), Religious Leaders and Baales of the different Communities.

At the meeting, the Police deputy commissioner vowed that members of the cult group would soon be apprehended and flushed out of the town. He called on the residents of the community to stop all acts of jungle justice.

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11 comments:

RareSpecie Z said...

XL-Nt.
Burn me every one last Badoo Bastards.
Burn these cursed beings NOW. Burn em all. Burn Burn Burn.

OSINANL said...

OKAY!

Udolisa Ugochukwu said...

Hmmm nice one, na cooperation dey make pot of rice full....nice team up....itesiwaju ipinle eko

Alloy Chikezie said...

I hope the meeting produces positive results.

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NaijaDeltaBabe said...

It is well o


... Merited happiness

Anonymous said...

They should call PHCN too..
they the ones making all this killers get away, when der is pitch black at night.
At least at night let there be light.

kas Igies said...

Is about time

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Ojuju said...

Why Nepa people and their ladders no come the meeting

Stevolala said...

This is long overdue. We don't value lives and properties at all in Nigeria. Why do we have to wait till now. Well, at least it has come. More importantly that awo are involve.

Chidi Anindu said...

welcome to Nigeria where they practice medicine after death to the fullest

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