The Lagos State Government has warned members of the general public to be cautious of the actions of unauthorised officers defrauding individuals, notably beneath the guise of environmental legislation enforcement.
The State Commissioner for the Setting, Babatunde Durosinmi-Etti sounding the be aware of warning in Alausa not too long ago whereas expressing government’s concern in regards to the actions of some dangerous eggs amongst public servants, who generally abuse the enforcement course of to defraud Lagosians. He stated that nemesis caught up with six officers who have been within the strategy of fleecing JCB Lodge, Omole and Roneks Accommodations in Akowonjo space of the State.
In his phrases: “the Managers of the JCB Lodge, Omole and Roneks Lodge, Akowonjo reported the doubtful actions of six officers who abused the enforcement process with the intent to personally enrich themselves. The names of the officers got as Alaba Alegbe, a Principal Scientific Officer, Famuyiwa Olawale, on Grade degree 10; Olodun Lateef, Grade degree 10; Agbotoba David, Grade degree 09; Waliu Olajide, Grade degree 10 and Bukky Ajibabi, on Grade Degree 09 officer”.
He stated that the Enforcement Division of the Ministry promptly investigated the matter and located overwhelming proof, together with video recordings and phone dialog recordings to counsel that the involved officers had compromised their positions. Durosinmi –Etti stated that the government would apply applicable disciplinary measures which would come with prosecution within the legislation courtroom to function deterrence to others.
He warned members of the general public to cease giving financial inducement or any type of enticement to officers carrying out enforcement duties. He urged Lagosians to all the time request for the identification of officers and crosscheck abatement notices with the Ministry of the Setting or its related companies in case they discovered the necessity to take action.
Whereas assuring that government would proceed to sanction any officer concerned in doubtful enforcement actions, he urged the individuals to report any type of monetary request or suspicious exercise to the Ministry by the next numbers: 08023156132, 08027887359; 08037147279; 08186983656.