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Watch as hoodlums burn down Police Command in Oyigbo
Unknown thugs reportedly set ablaze Oyigbo Police Command following the shooting of protesters in Lekki TollGates yesterday.
The viral footage shows passersby observe as flames go up in the aforementioned station.
This is happening as youths across the thirty-six states are registering anger regards police brutality on #EndSARS demonstrators.
The Nigerian military has been accused of carrying out the bloodletting that has triggered a public outcry.
The military has refuted media reports so far claiming their involvement.
However, various pictures, videos keep coming from eyewitnesses indicating suspected soldiers open fire on the protesters.
Videos have also shown the peaceful campaigners, who are calling for police reform and an end to the brutality, coordinated and holding Nigerian flag as the soldiers arrive.
Against his early stance, the Lagos State governor, Sanwo-Olu has confirmed one dead after the attack.
However, Wizkid, Nigerian music art has urged President Mohammadu Buhari and his vice, Professor Yemi Osinbajo to resign citing the age (Buhari) to be too old.
Nigerians at home and diaspora have condemned the clampdown on citizens and charge to observe rule of law while engaging.
Meanwhile, some angry youths in Paris have reportedly surrounded a hotel where APC leader, Ahmed Tinubu following his link to a military attack on protesters at Lekki.