Police debunk rumour of bank attack in Anambra

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Police debunk rumour of bank attack in Anambra

Police debunk rumour, Building Collapse : Lagos seals 35 sites for various contraventions Dayo Ayeyemi, Lagos The Lagos State Government through its agencies in charge of building control and regulations, the Lagos State Building Control Agency (LASBCA) and Lagos State Physical Planning Permit Authority (LASPPPA) have sealed 35 building construction sites for various contraventions ranging from illegal demolition, to construction without permit and failure to obtain necessary authorisation from the appropriate government's agencies in the state. The massive enforcement of physical planning regulations in hinged on the need to prevent building collapse and illegal developments in Lagos State. According to the Public Relations Officer for LASBCA, Mr Gbadeyan Abdulraheem, the enforcement was to prevent haphazard construction from preliminary stages, and to stop distressed buildings from causing havoc. Abdulraheem disclosed that the enforcement team was led by the General Manager, LASBCA, Mr Gbolahan Oki, adding that the team visited several construction sites and buildings in Eti-Osa, Magodo, Ogudu, Gbagada Phase II and several other Local Government Areas of the state. The spokesperson said that LASBCA sealed a distressed building at No. 33 Oko Baba Str, Ebute Metta and dispersed children using the building as a school. Oki assured that the enforcement drive would be a continuous exercise, while appealing to Lagos' residents to follow proper channels in processing their construction works and in obtaining necessary permits from the state government. He assured that the Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu administration was committed to ensuring buildings in Lagos state are designed, constructed and maintained to high standards of safety in order to avoid loss of lives and property through the existing building regulatory system. Shedding light on LASPPPA’s role, Oki said the agency was to ascertain and validate the approvals obtained by the various construction sites visited and also monitor layouts and development schemes. "LABSCA on the other hand is for identification of distressed and non-conforming buildings and inspection/certification of various stages of building construction work," he said., Police arraign woman, Police intensifies search, Police recover four stolen, Alleged armed robbery, NPF loses another AIG, Katsina Secondary School abduction, Police kill two, security agencies form alliance, Police meet leaders, Police condemn killing, Edo police disband SARS, We'II deal with those, Delta CP's wife charges, Police rescue abandoned, Ekiti bank robbery, Police arrest six persons, Disarm people with unlawful arms, Lady allegedly raped to death, Police uncover corpse, screening exercise for constables, police brutality, 32-year-old man locked up, Police postpone exams, serial rapist in Delta, Police arrest Anambra robbers, Police arrest man, Police Ibadan, Police promote, Adamawa, police, murder

The Anambra State Police Command has declared that no bank was attacked in Anambra State on Thursday, April 15th 2021, as being reported by some national dailies. It also assured the general public that it will not leave any stone unturned until the hoodlums, who had set two vehicles ablaze at Oye Olisa Market and […]

Police debunk rumour of bank attack in Anambra
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