The Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) and the Lagos state Police Command have continued their seek for the physique of a Lagosian who allegedly plunged into the Lagoon on Sunday.
The state Police on Monday stated it had commenced investigation into the report that an unidentified Lagosian allegedly parked on the Third Mainland Bridge and jumped into the Lagoon.
The state’s police spokesperson, SP Chike Oti, stated the command had but to establish the veracity of the declare, including that it was not leaving something to possibilities.
Oti also stated that although the police had not acquired any official report, they have been already making efforts to seek out out the true story.
He stated that the report of their investigation can be made public as quickly because the police discover something.
“There isn’t any official report but. It is the information making the rounds. However, our rescue staff is looking, divers and Marine policemen are working.
“Investigation is ongoing, findings will be made public, please,” the police spokesman stated.
The General Manager of LASEMA, Adeshina Tiamiyu, stated rescue operatives had been looking for the alleged sufferer since 6pm on Sunday when the incident allegedly occurred.
He described it as a “developing story”, saying the company was nonetheless making an attempt to get its info proper.