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BREAKING: Lagos police command announces restriction of movement in Surulere LGA tomorrow February 3 as Bye-election holds in the area

The Lagos police command has announced the restriction of movement in Surulere LGA tomorrow February 3 due to the Bye-election holding in the area.

A statement released by the spokesperson of the Lagos Police command, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, says the restriction of movement is only within Surulere and not across the state.

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‘’This is to announce to the general public that during the bye-election scheduled for Saturday, February 3, 2024, there will be restriction of movement in the election area, Surulere Federal Constituency I only.

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However, Funsho Williams Avenue will be free for passage only. Movement into and out of feeder roads off Funsho Williams Avenue will not be permitted.

For other parts of Lagos State, there is absolutely no restriction of movement.”

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Lagos police command announces restriction of movement in Surulere LGA tomorrow February 3 as Bye-election holds in the area

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