Lagosians ask the police to return to work
Residents of Lagos asked the police to return to work and ensure the safety of life and property.
The appeal was made public on social media on Tuesday after the continued absence of police from the streets of Lagos.
The Lagosians reminded the police that their job is to protect lives and property, and urged them to forget about the terrible incidents that happened last week.
Some residents denounced the activities of the armed thugs who took control of the main streets and roads after the police left, while others complained about the illegality of motorists, especially commercial drivers, who parked indiscriminately or drive against traffic.
Sulaimon Alamutu said the PWD bus stop on Agege Motor Road was a complete disaster due to a lack of law enforcement.
Another resident asked when the law enforcement agencies will resume their work.
“Imagine people driving from Oblende to Oguda on Monday morning,” he said.
In an open letter to the police on Facebook, the woman, Safia Musa, apologized on behalf of the Nigerians who demonized the service and stuffed all of the officers in a basket of “rotten eggs.”
He wrote: “Dear Nigerian Police, please apologize on behalf of the Nigerians who demonized you. They all put “rotten eggs” in the basket, for which we apologize.
“Now we know how important you guys are, and we understand that not everyone is bad.
“Please stop getting angry and help protect lives and property by getting rid of the rotten eggs between you. We know many of you are in a bad mood right now, but please think about Nigeria. “
Amarachi Ogbonnaya said he never knew the police were important.
Chioma Veronica said that life and property are not safe without security agents.
Our reporter on Tuesday noted that the police have not yet returned to the streets, as most of the posts that were usually set up by the police before the outbreak of violence last week are still empty.
Officials from the Lagos State Highway Administration (LASTMA) and the Federal Highway Traffic Safety Corps (FRSC) were also not seen in parts of the state our reporter visited.
Source: – The Nation