Yemi Alade reacts to constant robbery attacks from dreaded One Million Boys gang

Yemi Alade reacts to constant robbery attacks from dreaded One Million Boys gang

- Singer Yemi Alade has reacted to reports of a notorious gang terrorizing residents in some parts of Lagos state

- The singer noted that she wishes God could descend from heaven to personally deal with wicked people

- Alade’s post gained reactions from her followers on the platform

The past few days on social media has been riddled with dreadful reports of a notorious gang of armed robbers known as One Million Boys, who are terrorizing residents in some parts of Lagos state.

Videos of residents armed with machetes and cutlasses have surfaced on social media, as well as disturbing clips of residents who have resorted to taking the law into their hands and dishing out jungle justice to suspects of armed robbery.

Among some of the concerned Nigerians that has now come out to express worry over the development is popular music star, Yemi Alade.

The talented singer recently took to her official page on the micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to speak against the worrisome trend of armed robbery amidst the COVID-19 lockdown.

Alade in a post shared on a page expressed her wish for the good lord to descend from the heavens and personally deal with wicked people.

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Speaking further, the Shekere crooner wondered if the federal government will heed the cry of residents and come to their rescue. She also pointed out that the gang put out posters in the neighborhoods that they intend to attack.

Check out the post by the music star below:

Alade’s post elicited different reactions from her followers on the platform.

A Twitter user who shared her sentiment replied to her post saying: "It’s a shame, I have called friends and family in diaspora to ask them if there was any banditry or mobs activities in their neighborhood during this pandemic, they all say no. In Nigeria currently we have 3 major problems: Covid19, wicked government and wicked citizens (bandits)."

Read what other people had to say below:

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Just recently, reported that the singer tweeted about how the lockdown has made her to actually start living in her home.

Alade who revealed she used to spend more time out of it as she was always travelling, described the feeling as good. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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