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Problem of ‘One Million Boys’ Over in Morogbo, Badagry – CP

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Mr. Fatai Owoseni, the Lagos State Police Commissioner, said on Friday, that the threat of “One Million Boys” gang, terrorising some parts of the state have been dealt with.

The Police boss said this while addressing newsmen on the command’s activities in Ikeja.

He said different police teams, including the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), have been deployed to Morogbo area near Badagry.

He said: “I use this medium to tell Lagosians, particularly Morogbo area of Badagry, that the police have dealt with the one million boys.

“The case was over exaggerated by some people. The one million boys are not people we should worry about. There are no robbery incidents involving them.

“The Area Commander, Divisional Police and Special Anti-Robbery Squad are currently monitoring situation in the area. There is peace there now.

More so, Owoseni said the police killed alongside his friend in Agege area of the state during the yuletide, was on a personal mission when the incident happened, and was not killed as a SARS operative.

He, however, said the command was investigating the killings.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the said police Sergeant attached to SARS, Ikeja was killed in his car in Agege area on December 27.

NAN further reports that his pistol, service rifle and other documents were intact when his dead body was removed by policemen from Erele Division.