- The Nigerian Ports Authority headquarters has been set on fire by an angry mob
- The mob is protesting the attack on innocent protesters in Lekki
- Meanwhile, firefighters are battling to put out the fire
An angry mob has set the headquarters of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Marina street, Lagos on fire.
The attack on the government facility is believed to be as a result of the unjustified attack on peaceful protesters at Lekki toll gate. They blamed the federal government for deploying soldiers on the protesters.
Daily Trust reports that a source said in-house firefighters from NPA are currently battling to put out the fire that is raging.
Meanwhile, Nigerians on social media are reacting to the latest development.
"My people start taking back all the things the Nigeria wicked politicians had taken from us, they all belong to us. After all na thief them thief am."
Mhiz Lally Berry:
"Nice one next move Aso Rock and all the airport we die here together and all the politicians belonging no peace for the wicked we move."
R A Coded Olayiwola:
"I understand that everyone is pained. but I don't think this is the right way to go, because we're destroying and vandalizing our own properties."
"The thing this government and APC with their sympathizers don't realise that this protest is supported by virtually every person that wants progress in the country.
"Even in the north, more people than you know sympathize and support this movement even if they do secretly. So many northern brothers are talking secretly.
"Within every government Ministries and agencies, there are supporters. Even within the Presidency there are supporters. The government thought by paying thugs to fight or dislodge protesters violently, by sending the same army and police the youth are fighting to kill the youth will put an end to the protest. They don't know that they have attracted more sympathizers for the protesters even those same thugs, within the police and Army.
"Only time ( NOT long ) will show the reactions. It won't secret anymore. The #Endsars protest is now a movement. It will be an ideology soon that will be religiously followed and supporters worldwide."
Meanwhile, hoodlums have attacked the headquarters of Television Continental in Lagos following the killing of protesters in Lekki by security agents.
The TV station is owned by the national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
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