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Some South West governors and ministers have paid a commiseration visit to Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu following attacks by hoodlums on various private and state-owned infrastructure across the city.
The governors and ministers on Sunday met with Governor Sanwo-Olu at the government house in Marina.
Those present include; Governor Rotimi Akeredolu of Ondo, Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti, and Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo state, Rauf Aregbesola the Minister of the Interior, Babatunde Fashola the Minister of Power and Housing, Olorunmibe Mamowora the Minister of State for Health and Niyi Adebayo the Minister of Industry, Trade, and Investment.
Others include Sunday Dare, Minister of Youth and Sports Development, and Olamilekan Adebite, Minister of Mines and Steel.
The ministers said they were directed by the Federal Government to carry out an on the spot assessment tour on the damaged infrastructure, following the hijacking of the #EndSars protest.
The entourage stopped over at the Nigerian Port Authority Office and the Lagos State DNA Forensic Centre that was set ablaze by hoodlums, as well as the Lekki toll gate where a number of unarmed protesters were shot and killed by security forces.
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