Why Lagos govt shut down churches, mosque

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Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency (LASEPA) officials have taken action against noise pollution by sealing several religious and event centers within the state.

Locked club.

The revelation came from Tokunbo Wahab, the Commissioner of the Ministry of Environment and Water Resources, in a Saturday post on X.

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LASEPA’s General Manager, Tunde Ajayi, led the operation, focusing on concerns related to noise pollution and other environmental violations.

A locked church.

Among the affected establishments were Ansar-Ud-deen, Restoration Centre Global Church, Bloomgrey Event, Club Hoxegen, Starrex Luxury Apartment in Gbagada, and Bayrock Lifestyle in Lekki Phase 1.

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