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Woman killed during gun battle between police and suspected kidnappers in Lagos Woman killed during gun battle between police and suspected kidnappers in Lagos Bala Elkana e1558288094215 300x191A 30-year-old woman, Busayo Owoodun, was killed on Saturday, in a cross-fire between the police and suspected kidnappers in Lagos State, the Police Command in the state has said.
DSP Bala Elkana, Spokesman, for the command who confirmed the incident in a statement, said that the woman was hit by a stray bullet in Ijegun area of the state.
According to Elkana, at about 2:55pm, a team of policemen from the Anti-Kidnapping Unit attached to Area “M” Command, Idimu, tracked some kidnapping suspects to Ijegun Bus Stop, Ijegun – Isolo Road.
He said the police team came under attack by members of the deadly gang.
Elkana said that the gang, with the support of some notorious cultists in the area, attacked the security operatives and injured the team leader, ASP Victor Ugbegun.
He added that two other policemen who sustained injuries, were currently in critical condition at the intensive care unit of an undisclosed hospital.
He added: “The police team had reinforcements from operations department, Rapid Response Squads, Task Force and neighbouring divisions and were able to contain the situation and evacuate the injured officers to hospital.
“The command has launched a manhunt of the assailants with a view to bringing them to justice.
“The corpse of the victim of the stray bullet was taken to hospital for autopsy.”
Elkana said the state Commissioner of Police had ordered investigation into the case and condoled with the family of the deceased.

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Mustapha said it was necessary to restate to the citizenry that Nigeria had not reached the peak of COVID-19 confirmed cases, adding that the battle against the virus was a long term battle.

He also urged Nigerian to pursue a strategy that would aid the sustainable control of the spread of the virus, stressing that risk communications and community engagement should remain a top priority.

According to him, the test count nationwide had exceeded 60,000, stating that a shift in focus to enhanced risk communication and community engagement was imperative.

He said: “The PTF considers that while Nigeria’s COVID-19 confirmed cases have increased in the period under review, the following factors should inspire confidence in the response.

“Majority of the confirmed cases are in a handful of local government areas in the country as 20 out of the 774 LGAs nationwide account for 60 per cent of the cases.”

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The Minister of Health, Osagie Ehanire, made this known on Monday during the daily briefing of the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19.

Ehanire said the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has also collected samples.

“The Madagascar herb has been transferred to the Ministry of Health, NAFDAC has collected samples, the NIMR will also receive samples as well as the Ministry of Science and Technology for evaluation.”

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