- A lot of BRT buses were destroyed by hoodlums in Lagos on Tuesday, October 27
- The miscreants carried out their destructive spree in the Mile 2 part of the state on Tuesday
- Reports claim that the thugs also looted many shops in the area
It seems that hoodlums in Lagos are not through with vandalising public properties as they resumed their destructive spree on Tuesday, October 27, in the Mile 2 area of the state.
A disturbing report from PM News indicates that another set of thugs destroyed a lot of BRT buses.
The miscreants were also seen with machetes looting shops around the area as the violence spread to Owode axis along the Ikorodu.
This has forced Primero, the operator of the BRT vehicles to begin the consideration of shutting down operation to avoid possible destruction of more buses.
However, a security agent who preferred anonymity revealed to journalists that policemen have been deployed to the area to contain the situation and return order.
In a similar development, a group angry youths have transferred their grievance on the governor of the state, Babajide Sanwo-Olu.
The mob, according to This Day, also set ablaze the house of Governor Sanwo-Olu's mother in the state on Wednesday, October 21.
Not only that, the hoodlums went ahead to burn down some BRT buses in their uncontrollable rage.
Also, the identities of some of the persons linked to the razing and destruction of properties during the EndSARS protests are finally being uncovered.
A former lawmaker in Ekiti on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Dayo Akinleye alongside Afolabi Ariyo, James David, Ajimoko Busola and Oyin Filani has been arraigned before a magistrate court in Ado-Ekiti for arson.
Ariyo and his alleged accomplices were sued by the police command in the state for setting ablaze three trucks filled with cement.
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