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The spokesman of the Command, Abimbola Oyeyemi, said while the Command recognises that it is the right of citizens to employ protest to express their grievances over issues of governance, there is however nothing at present that calls for such protest in the gateway state, except for those who see trouble making as a lucrative business.

The above provoked the curiosity of Kollysho’s white friend who had a very faint knowledge of Nigeria. “Is Nigeria an independent country?” he asked. “Yes,” Kollysho replied him. “Does she produce oil?” Yes. “If so, why can’t Nigeria just explore and sell her oil herself, rather than through Shell?” Nigeria can’t, Kollysho replied his interlocutor. Curious in an eerie way, the white folk further asked why Nigeria could not? “Because we just can’t!” the Shaki folk answered.

Speaking during the demolition exercise, the Chairman of the Agency, CSP Olayinka Egbeyemi, disclosed that owners/occupants of these illegal shanties and containerised shops had been served a seven days “Removal Order” by the government based on series of complaints about criminal activities around Fagba.

The former two-term Imo State Governor said Sanwo-Olu has displayed uncommon courage in attending to emergency situations occasioned by the twin crisis of Coronavirus pandemic and the recent nationwide youth protests against police brutality, of which Lagos was the epicentre.