The routine patrol was led by the squad’s Commander, Olatunji Disu, a Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP).
The officers were surprised to see a bar open and operating fully despite the lockdown order
DCP Disu immediately ordered the arrest of the owner who claimed he was only preparing nkwobi.
Some of the customers ran away, leaving their bottles.
Those who insisted on finishing their bottles of beer were also arrested.
The Nation learnt that they later released with strong warning but the bar owners were taken away.
A statement by RRS on its Facebook account said: “Commander, Rapid Response Squad (RRS) DCP Olatunji Disu, while on routine patrol last night along Isheri/Berger noticed a bar open and operating fully despite the lockdown order.
” He immediately ordered the arrest of the owner who claimed he was only preparing nkwobi.
“Some of the customers escaped while some who were waiting to finish their bottles were also arrested but were allowed to go with a strong warning.”
Disu warned that the operatives will keep eyes on the spot.
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