The Lagos State Police Command has assured residents of adequate security of lives and property on Saturday June 12.
There are fears that Lagos will be shut down for the June 12 Democracy Day Celebration.
Police Public Relations Officer, Muyiwa Adejobi, said that commercial and social activities will go on as normal.
A statement he signed noted that the command is not aware of any planned protest nor curfew.
The spokesman warned those might want to foment troubles to steer clear.
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“Anyone caught engaging in any act capable of causing breakdown of order will face the full wrath of the law.”
Adejobi advised members of the public to disregard any rumoured sit-at-home order, lock down of markets and total paralysis of economic and social activities.
“It is a mere mischievous rumour and calculated attempt to create fears in the minds of Lagosians and disrupt the peaceful atmosphere in Lagos State”, he noted.
The Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu, charged the people to go about their lawful businesses.
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