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Lagos Dislodges Miscreants Occupying Pedestrian Bridges



The Lagos State Environmental Sanitation Corps Officials on Monday dislodged miscreants and beggars occupying pedestrian bridges in the state.

The state Commissioner for the Environment and Water Resources, Tokunbo Wahab, disclosed this on his X handle on Monday.

According to Wahab, the enforcement followed complaints from the public concerning the activities of the miscreants and beggars which discourage pedestrians using the bridge.

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The state government had on Sunday urged residents to make use of pedestrian bridges and ordered the prosecution of pedestrians crossing the highways.

According to the commissioner, an enforcement operation led by Corps Marshal, Major Olatunbosun Cole (retd.) on Monday dislodged “touts and miscreants constituting nuisance on the Oshodi and Ikeja-along pedestrian bridges.”

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