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PHOTOS: 63 buses, ATMs — assets destroyed by hoodlums in Lagos

PHOTOS: 63 buses, ATMs — assets destroyed by hoodlums in Lagos
October 24
19:23 2020

Automated teller machines (ATMs), traffic lights, buses, police stations, private malls and offices are among assets destroyed by hoodlums across Lagos state.

Hoodlums broke loose in the state earlier in the week, unleashing violence on residents and destroying public and private properties.

Babajide Sanwo-Olu, governor of Lagos state, had said he was moved to tears during an assessment tour of vandalised assets.

TheCable, on Saturday, took a tour around Lagos to document destroyed properties.


Below are photos.


Awolowo’s glasses removed from his statue

A resident cleaning the a street in Alausa

Casper & Gambini’s sealed after hoodlums attacked the Ikeja city mall

A kiosk vandalised at Ikeja city mall bus-stop

Ticket booth burnt at Lekki toll gate

Burnt wires at Lekki-Ikoyi bridge toll gate

Ticket booths burnt at Lekki-Ikoyi toll


Burnt cars at Lekki Concession Company annex office

A towing truck burnt by hoodlums in Lekki

Vandalised ATM belonging to Sterling Bank

Access Bank ATM gallery vandalised by hoodlums


Access Bank, Lekki branch

Interior of Polaris Bank torched by hoodlums


GTBank wasn’t spared too

Zenith bank ATM gallery vandalised

Entrance to Lekki phase one also vandalised

Cleaners at Lekki toll gate

Ticket booths at Lekki toll gate


Burnt cars at Nigerian Ports Authority

Bullet holes on a car at Oyingbo

A resident tries to use a vandalised ATM

Fleet of BRT buses touched by hoodlums at Oyingbo bus park


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