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Police Warn ASUU Protesters Not to Block Third Mainland Bridge

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The Lagos State Police Order has cautioned wronged varsity understudies fighting the seven-month modern activity by the Scholastic Staff Association of Colleges to stop from any arrangement to hinder the Third Central area Extension in Nigeria’s financial capital.

The representative for the police order in the state, Benjamin Hundeyin, told Stations TV on Wednesday morning that however understudies or any gathering reserve the privilege to fight they additionally reserve no option to limit others’ development.

“They can dissent yet they can’t encroach on others’ more right than wrong to development,” Hundeyin told our journalist in a phone talk.

Hundeyin additionally said cops have been positioned toward the finish of the extension which ranges over 11.8km to forestall any type of blockage.

Prior in a series of tweets, the police representative on Wednesday said dissidents can’t hold around 20 million Lagosians to recover by obstructing significant streets and keeping them from approaching their financial exercises.

“Our officials drove by DPO Adeniji Adele, CSP Lanre Edegbai, are completely on the ground at that finish of the extension. Similar applies to different places. Have no apprehension. We got you covered.

“We won’t allow any individual or gathering of people to deny Lagosians of their Right to Opportunity of Development. Everybody’s privileges should be regarded!” he tweeted.

As indicated by reports, bothered understudies had taken steps to obstruct the Third Central area Extension. The scaffold rumored to be the most active in Nigeria, close by the Carter Extension and Eko Extension, associate the Island area of Lagos to the central area.

A public chief individual from the Public Relationship of Nigerian Understudies, in any case, told Stations TV on Wednesday that the body will never again execute its arrangement.

Stations TV had revealed that the fighting understudies on Monday impeded the frontage roads to the Murtala Muhammad Worldwide Air terminal in Lagos, deadening exercises in the hub, with many flights rescheduled as travelers were abandoned in the gridlock for more than eight hours.

The fighting understudies had last week impeded the Lagos-Ibadan Interstate and the Ibadan-Ife Street.

NANS additionally took steps to obstruct the Kaduna-Abuja Street as well as streets prompting the Nnamdi Azikwe Worldwide Air terminal in Abuja to commute home their requests.

In the mean time, the Federal Government has hauled ASUU under the steady gaze of the Public Modern Court and the court has dismissed the case to now (Wednesday).

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