Sanwo-Olu Addresses Lagosians, Extends Curfew To 72 Hours

Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has extended by 72 hours, the statewide curfew imposed on the state to stem the tide of growing violence.

The governor ordered that the flag be lowered for the next three days to mourn the protesters who were shot at the Lekki toll gate by armed security personnel.

While reassuring his desire to protest lives and property of Lagosians, Babajide Sanwo-Olu further suspended state activities for the next three days.

The agitations by irate youths have led to the raising of some BRT buses, the official residence of the mother of the governor in Surulere and another attack on TVC building in Ketu. In the process, a breakfast programme “Your View” went dead in the middle while report says the workers are stranded.

Videos online confirmed by workers at the station said the assailants set fire to the station over its connection to a former Governor of Lagos State, Bola Tinubu.

The #EndSARS protest has take its toll on every state of the federation, demanding an end to police brutality, bad governance and insecurity.

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