Nigeria: Lagos Task Force dislodged traders on rail tracks
By Ahmad Hadizat Omayoza, Mamos Nigeria
The Lagos State Task Force on Sunday said it cleared trail tracks on the Agege region of the city, as a feature of its continuous activity to reestablish mental soundness along the rail line hallways of the state.
The News Agency of Nigeria revealed that the Task Force’s director, Press and Public Affairs, Gbadeyan Abdulraheem, unveiled this in a proclamation made accessible to columnists.
Abdulraheem said the office’s Executive, CSP Shola Jejeloye, drove the activity.
Jejeloye, as per the assertion, said the activity was important to save lives and property and furthermore guarantee wellbeing and security along rail tracks in the state.
He said the activity was done to deter all types of business exercises on rail tracks and forestall impediments that could upset the smooth development of trains.
“The exercises of these dealers are damaging the standpoint of the rail tracks by setting up these ghettos and improvised structures here, however we will ensure that we leave no type of natural violations uncontrolled,” he said.
The team manager said the continuous implementation across the state would be supported for a month to discourage merchants from returning, to guarantee all rail line hallways are totally recuperated.