- The Lagos curfew may be eased on Friday, October 23 or Saturday, October 24
- This was announced by Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Thursday, October 22
- Sanwo-Olu revealed that this will take place when things, in terms of security, return to normal
Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Thursday, October 22, revealed when the imposed curfew will be lifted.
Speaking in an interview on Arise TV, the governor said that free movement may be allowed to resume in the state from Friday, October 23.
Governor Sanwo-Olu said that this will happen only when frayed nerves are calmed across the state.
Sanwo-Olu noted that the curfew was enacted as a swift and necessary measure to curb the rising violence in the state which came alongside the EndSARS protests.
“Once we see the streets are cleared up and all the agitation and high nerves have gone down, we might slow down the curfew by tomorrow (Friday) or next tomorrow (Saturday) at the latest.”
Meanwhile, Sanwo-Olu had lifted the lids on the alleged removal of the CCTV camera prior to the toll gate incident.
The Lagos state governor stated that "nobody ordered" the removal of the camera and turning off the light contrary to the circulation on the social media.
Sanwo-Olu said there was the security of LCC on the ground and added that what looked like a camera are "necessary installation" removed due to 24-hour curfew imposed on the state over repeated attacks of hoodlums.
"That camera you saw is not a security and CCTV camera. That camera is not a motion camera, It is a nasal camera for vehicles. What the camera removed does is to pick the tag and number plate when you approach in the fast track lane.
"It is not a camera for human beings but an infrared camera. Security cameras are still available. These are some of the footages we are going to use for our own investigation."
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