How AIG Iliyasu wants Lagos, Ogun residents to celebrate sallah

As Muslim fatefuls celebrate Eid-el-Fitr across the country today, the Assistant Inspector General of Police Zone 2 Command, AIG Ahmed Iliyasu has felicitated with muslims in Lagos and Ogun States on the completion of the holy month of Ramadan and the celebration of Eid-el Fitr.

While calling on them not to lose guide against containing the coronavirus, Iliyasu reminded residents of Lagos and Ogun States that the COVID-19 Prevention Regulation Orders including the Inter-States Movement Restriction Orders, national curfew and the prohibition of socio-religious gatherings by the federal government remain in force and would be complied with accordingly.

On the outbreak of the pandemic, he regrets the unusual effects these provisions would have on the sallah celebrations and call on everyone for his/her maximum co-operation as his command would ensure due enforcement of the orders; whilst upholding human dignity, human rights provisions and the rule of law.

While assuring residents of Lagos and Ogun States of adequate security during and after the Eid-el Fitr celebrations, he disclosed that his command has deployed intelligence and tactical assets towards ensuring a proactive and robust anti-crime measures noting that every unlawful activity would be nipped in the bud.

Expressing his appreciation to the residents, the police boss called on all and sundry especially within Lagos and Ogun States to report any unpleasant incident to: Lagos Command Control Room: 09010512285;
08060357795; 08065154398; 08063299264 and 08039344870. Other numbers include: Ogun Command Control Room: 08081770416 and

Post Author: Friday Ekeoba