- Benue State-born police officer Don Awunah has been confirmed dead by the Nigerian Police Force (NPF)
- Awunah was said to have died in a private hospital in Abuja after a brief illness that kept him off the radar
- Similarly, the late deputy inspector-general of police Joseph Obiajulu Egbunike has been laid to rest in his hometown of Onitsha, Anambra State
FCT, Abuja - The Nigerian Police (NPF) has confirmed the demise of one of its top personnel Don Awunah.
Awunah who ranks as an assistant inspector-general was said to have given up the ghost on Monday, May 23 the Nation newspaper reported.
As gathered by Legit.ng, Police spokesperson CSP Olumiyiwa Adejobi said Awunah's demise came after a brief illness at a private hospital in Abuja, the nation's capital.
According to reports, the burial arrangement of the departed police AIG will be made known soonest.
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DIG Joseph Egbunike laid to rest
Similarly, the Nigerian Police (NPF) also announced the conclusion of the burial ceremony of the late deputy inspector-general of police, Joseph Obiajulu Egbunike.
The burial ceremony was attended by the inspector-general of police Usman Alkali Baba who was also in the company of John Ogbonnaya Amadi, the deputy inspector-general of Police in charge of the Department of Research and Planning.
Okada ban: Lagos police to arrest, prosecute passengers
In another development, the Lagos state government says it will not condone any act or violation of law and order as there will be strict consequences thereof.
Recently the Lagos state police impounded 150 motorbikes plying the highways of the restricted areas in Lagos state.
Similarly, passengers have been warned not to patronize okada riders or risk being arrested and prosecuted.
List of 6 LGAs, 9 LCDAs where okada can no longer operate in Lagos
Meanwhile, the Lagos state government issued a statement announcing the restriction of six LGAs and nine LCDAs from okada operations.
Effective from June 1, 2022, the governor directed security operatives to enforce the proscription order across the listed councils.
The full list include; Apapa, Iganmu LCDA, Ikeja, Ojodu LCDA, Onigbongbo LCDA, Lagos Island, Lagos Island West LCDA, Lagos Island East LCDA, Lagos Mainland, Yaba LCDA, Surulere, Coker Aguda LCDA, and Itire-Ikate LCDA.