Saturday, February 4, 2023
The Lagos Commissioner of Police, Abiodun Alabi, has asked banks to device policies that would reduce incidents of breakdown of law and order among the banking public.
This was contained in a statement issued by the police spokesperson in Lagos, Benjamin Hundeyin, on Friday, during a meeting of the commissioner Mr Alabi with Chief Security Officers (CSOs) of all banks operating in the state.
According to Mr Hundeyin, the meeting was necessitated by the rising cases of brawls and free-for-all breaking out at various branches of commercial banks in the state.
He said that the security chiefs were equally encouraged to do all within legal means to prevent any breach of public peace in their respected domains.
The spokesperson assured Lagos residents that the situation surrounding the new naira notes would continue to be monitored.
He said that the command would continue to prioritise the safety and security of the banking public and the society at large.
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