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Terror Threats: Sanwo-Olu Summons Emergency Security Meeting, Tells Lagos Residents to Ignore Doomsday Prophets

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As unconfirmed reports of an imminent attack on Lagos by terrorists continue to reverberate around the state, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu last night urged Lagos residents to ignore the report, as the state government and security operatives were on top of the situation.

 

The governor said this during an emergency press conference held at the State House, Marina, after a meeting with security operatives from the Nigerian Police, the Navy, Army, Customs and the Civil Defence, among others.

 

Sanwo-Olu said he had read some news on social media about a threat of an impending attack on Lagos but urged Lagos residents to remain calm and go about their lawful businesses.

 

“In the last couple of days or weeks, there have been a lot of social media news and information about the threat of impending attacks on Lagos. I’ve had on a daily basis security communication with my security operatives.

 

“I want to assure our citizens that we are on top of the matter. We felt there is a need to have this important extended security meeting.“At the meeting, we received a comprehensive report on what the current security situations in the state are. We have come up with strategies and interventions but I want to assure our people that our security men are alive to their responsibility to ensure the security in the state is not compromised.

 

“Our advice to our citizens is to be law abiding and go about their lawful duties and to say something if they see something. Security is the duty of all. They should utilise all the security communication that is available.

 

“We want to assure you we are not unaware of all the concerns that have gone round. The security operatives have given all the assurances to continue to make Lagos safe for all.”

Culled from THISDAY

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