FRSC, VIO Workplaces Set On Fireplace At Ojodu, Lagos (Photograph)
FRSC and VIO places of work set on hearth by hoodlums
An indignant mob has set the places of work of the Federal Highway Security Corps and Automobile Inspection Unit on the Ojodu space of Lagos State on hearth.
The incident occurred immediately.
Punch reported that many autos had been burnt and as of 02.20 pm, the fireplace was but to be put out.
Additionally, hoodlums have reportedly set ablaze the terminus of the Bus Speedy Transport at Berger, Lagos State.
One of many eyewitnesses, recognized merely as Ola, mentioned, “Over 30 autos have been burnt. Many vehicles that had been seized are additionally affected. All the constructing is on hearth.”
Earlier, hoodlums set hearth on the brand new Oyingbo Bus Speedy Transport terminus in Lagos, destroying a whole bunch of latest BRT buses.
Thugs, who defied the 24-hour curfew imposed by Lagos State Authorities, burnt down the terminus, just lately opened at Oyingbo in Mainland Native Authorities Space, about 8.30 a.m.
Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu had on Tuesday imposed a 24-hour curfew following violent assaults on some police stations in Orile-Iganmu and different areas in Lagos.
Numerous new BRT buses but to be deployed to routes however parked within the terminus located behind railway line in Oyingbo, have all been consumed by the raging hearth.