When-Strenght-matters-728x90 (1)
Government & Politics

Hooligans Assault Demonstrators in Lagos

protest in lagos
nigeriana news app advert

The demonstration which the concerned citizens of Nigeria, Lagos precisely embarked on was about the issue of mass retrenchment of bankers in the financial sector and the ban on street trading in Lagos .The civil societies in conjunction with the Nigerian Labour Congress were protesting in front of NECA building in Alausa Lagos when the hoodlums numbering about fifty stormed the area brandishing weapons. Protesters tried to run to safety although some were beaten with planks. Some persons were also stabbed with knives and bottles. READ ALSO: Ban on street trading commence today UPDATE It is suspected that the hoodlums are from Fela’s shrine. The police are on ground but it seems they are overwhelmed by the huge number of hoodlums. See photos of the protest that was disturbed below: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Twitter   Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Twitter The Lagos State Task force on Environment and Special Offences, commenced a total enforcement on street trading across the state as directed by the governor on Monday, July 4, following the order by Governor Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos state on a total clamp. Governor Ambode who was a guest on Your-View talk show on TV Continental on Friday, July 1, had stated that buyers and sellers transacting business along the road will be fined N90,000 or face 6 months jail term. Consequently, Ambode said the state Executive Council has resolved to enforce the Law, which according to him makes both the hawker and the buyer liable of the offence.

ALSO READ:  Oh My!! Man’s Manhood Cut Off After It Got Stuck For 4 Days In A Bottle He Was Using As S*x Toy!!

[Advertisement]
Make Money Online in Nigeria... Click HERE To Start Now!



Comments
To Top
Loading...