April 25, 2020
The fear of one million boys is the beginning of wisdom in Lagos and Ogun State amidst the COVID-19 lockdown.

The One million boys are bandits who brake into houses and shops in search of food and money due to the lockdown.

With this,  landlords and residents now keep vigils and burnfire in the night to protect their environment.

Camp dwellers have however continued to experience a calm environment due to the proactive measures of the authority since the advent  of COVID-19 by keeping the environment safe with necessary security measures.  For now only Tree of Life gate is opened majorly .

One comment

  • Adesina Oluseye

    June 10, 2020 at 9:26 am

    We appreciate the effort of camp management for the security measures put in place to curtain security breakdown within the camp, but we seek more consideration to reduce pressure at the main gate to ease challenges of those people coming to the bank and other services within the camp. Our consideration now we portrait the church very well when lockdown is over, the long que can be reduced and more attendant at make entry fast and encouraging. Thanks


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