Lagos CP, Adegoke Reels out Achievements Says, ‘I’ve Kept Faith with My 10-Point Strategic Road Map’

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Lagos CP, Adegoke Reels out Achievements Says, ‘I’ve Kept Faith with My 10-Point Strategic Road Map’

By Trek Africa Newspaper

CP Adegoke Fayoade
CP Adegoke Fayoade Reels out Achievements in 100 days as Lagos CP… L-R: Deputy Commissioner of Police, DC State CID, DCP Lateef Ahmed; DC Administration, DCP Khan Saliu Usman; Commissioner of Police, Lagos State, CP Adegoke Fayoade and DC Operations, DCP Fatai Tijani during the press briefing to mark CP Adegoke’s 100 days in office.




The Commissioner of Police, Lagos State Command, CP Adegoke Fayoade, has said that he has kept faith and delivered on his 10-point strategic plan to rid Lagos of crime and criminality since assuming office on December 14, 2023, exactly 100 days ago.


Fayoade made the remarks while addressing members of the fourth estate, including the National Association of Online Security News Publishers (NAOSNP) at the Police Office Mess in GRA, Ikeja, to mark his 100 days in office, and parade criminal suspects as part of his achievements since assuming office.

L-R: MOPOL Commander, Squadron 20 base, ACP Bayo Suleiman; Area Commander and MOPOL Commander, Squadron 2, ACP Ola Jide Agboola

L-R: Assistant Commissioner of Police, AC Administration, ACP Mary Anyim and AC Operations, ACP O.C Emmanuel

L-R: Area E Commander, ACP Egburuaja Nwachukwu and Area Commander, Area C, ACP Ayoola Oladunni



“Upon assumption of duty, I presented to Lagosians my ten-point strategic road map. I have kept faith with that document and have ensured that all the goal-oriented plans therein are actualized,” CP Fayoade said.


He further noted that “Since I assumed duty, a total of 2,329 suspects have been arrested for crimes ranging from cultism to armed robbery leading to the recovery of stolen property. In the same vein, a total of 2,253 have been prosecuted while many others are currently been processed for prosecution.”

L-R: Deputy Commissioner of Police, DC Operations, Lagos Command, DCP Fatai Tijani presenting documents to the Commissioner of Police, Lagos Command, CP Adegoke Fayoade.



To buttress his point, CP led the media to inspect suspects on parade, who were breakthroughs of the last one month.


“Specifically in the past month, the Lagos State Police Command have arrested sixty-four (64) suspects who have engaged in varying crimes including armed robbery, cultism and unlawful possession of firearms, unlawful possession of illicit drugs etc., and recovered a total of twenty (20) firearms including four toy guns, (120) rounds of toy ammunitions, twenty-eight (28) live ammunitions, fifteen (15) live cartridges and three (3) expended cartridges alongside recovery of (4) vehicles, POS machine, (7) cutlasses, illicit drugs and various charms,” he informed.



CP Fayoade’s last 100 days has been eventful, as he has reduced the highway and traffic robberies to the barest minimum.


“In the past days, I have piloted the affairs of the Command with all sense of professionalism, charging my men to be up and doing and not sparing the big stick on officers found wanting. We have rejigged our township patrol, paying special attention to high-risk areas especially at peak periods. This has helped a lot to reduce traffic robberies,” the Commissioner of Police said.


L-R: Commander, Area C, ACP Ayoola Oladunni; Commander, Area A, ACP Aisha Haruna Maliki and Commander, Area F, ACP Idowu Ebenezer Olanrewaju

Assistant Commissioner of Police, AC Administration, Lagos Command, ACP Mary Anyim (m); DPO Ilupeju Division, SP Emeka Jude Umeozor (right)

Front roll; President, National Association of Online Security News Publishers, NAOSNP, Oki Samson and some of the Association’s members during CP Adegoke Fayoade’s 100 days in office Press briefing…

Cross section of Divisional Police Officers, DPOs in Lagos State Command

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