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Monday, April 08, 2019

Lagos Gov Elect Sanwo Olu Pays Slain Kolade Johnson's Parents Condolence Visit....

Lagos State Governor-elect Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Saturday paid a condolence visit to the family of the Kolade Johnson over the unfortunate death of their son with a promise to the family that they will get justice.




Sanwo-Olu who condemned extra judicial killings of any type in Lagos and Nigeria as a whole on Saturday afternoon when he visited the parents of the late Johnson, who was allegedly killed by men of the Anti-cultism unit of the State Police Command said he will work with the security agencies to ensure avoidable death of citizens do not happen.

The Governor-elect, who prayed for the repose of the deceased described the circumstances leading to his demise as very unfortunate, callous and condemnable.

‘’I think this incident is a wake up call to all that there is need for the police hierarchy to take a second look at the operations of their rank and file. A situation where men and officers of the police and indeed any security organization will willfully cut down the lives of our youths is unacceptable. We should all speak against it. We must all rise against it. The police should realize that they are there to protect the citizens and not to send them to early grave under any guise.’’ Sanwo-Olu said.






Speaking further, the Governor-Elect urged Lagosians to be steadfast in their quest for what is just in the society, pledging that his administration when it comes on stream will work in harmony with the security operatives to ensure that this kind of incident becomes a thing of the past.


‘’I know that the 21st century policing should thrive more on intelligence gathering, tactical operations, which will bring about clinical execution of assignment. With this in mind, our security operatives should adopt modern techniques in fighting crimes so as to reduce incidents of avoidable deaths especially of innocent youths’’. Sanwo-Olu stated.

According to Sanwo-Olu, ‘’it is gratifying to note that the police authorities acted promptly. We read in the news that they have dismissed the officer who allegedly fired the shot that killed Mr. Johnson. This shows to us that we are not living in Banana Republic. We live in a society where justice and equity should be the order of the day.’’

from pulse.ng



15 comments:

  1. I like how active he is and I hope he remains active cos these people easily change

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  2. This man is too good.
    tell me why lagosians no go follow progressive apc and tinubu.
    even those that sold their votes for a litre of kerosene in one indigenious republic like that will come to say nonsense now.

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    1. You are a capital fool. Ethnic bigot. People like you are why there can never be tribal peace in this country

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    2. so because sanwo olu went to visit the parent of the late kolade makes him good. All these things are eye service and only time will tell if its not. All these our leaders everything is PR to them. By the time he is sworn in now you go see say story go change. These are not what makes a good leader abi ambode no visit the Lagos Island incident scene and even their parent.

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    3. So because he visited the mother of the late kolade makes him good. Its as if you do not know what PR is . You can say he is good until some thing tangible is done and justice is gotten for the family and also make sure laws are put in place to protect innocent citizen from this crook that call themselves policemen and stop these kind of incident reoccurring. Beside hope it will not end in visiting the woman and after that you wont hear anything about the case.

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    4. hahahahahaha but this anon didn't mention any name. is it guilty conscience catching u. it could even be republic on Congo.

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  3. Nice one from him, may the young man soul rip

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  4. Lol the way he crossed his legs? idk but that's wrong body language for someone that is grieving with a bereaved

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    1. Not everyone knows about body language o

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  5. Pray this kindness will continue......

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