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Vandals to face prosecution in Lagos

There will be no more hiding place for hoodlums who are in the habit of vandalising government infrastructure meant for public use as the Lagos State Government has vowed it will go after them and ensure that they face prosecution.

Eko Trust observed that some vandalised road infrastructure, including iron barriers and railings along BRT corridors.

The Special Adviser to the Governor on Central Business Districts (CBD), Mr Olugbenga Oyerinde, who gave the warning while supervising the erection of iron barriers and railings on the final stretch of both sides of the road from Tinubu to Idumota in the Lagos Island Business District, warned the vandals to desist from such evil act or face prosecution.

He decried the huge loss caused by the vandals, while cautioning business owners, traders and residents to be vigilant and security conscious.

“I must warn all vandals and thieves carting away iron railings and other road infrastructure to beware of further action as strict surveillance will be ensured and anyone caught in this despicable act will face the full wrath of the law,” he said.

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