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‘They are using lockdown to carry out evil’ – reactions to unrest in Lagos, Ogun

‘They are using lockdown to carry out evil’ – reactions to unrest in Lagos, Ogun
April 12
16:09 2020
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Some residents of Lagos and Ogun states are living in fear over attacks during the lockdown imposed by the government to check the spread of coronavirus.

There have been reports on robbery in different communities in both states the last three days.

Some Nigerians took to Twitter to share their experiences while others sought the assistance of government.

Here are some Twitter reactions:

I was driving on Victoria Arobieke yesterday in Lekki Phase 1 & met a road block of fierce men with placards that read “Hunger. No food. No jobs. Lockdown”. Begging for money.

When we shout poverty, we aren’t discussing some theoretical nonsense. This #LagosUnrest is the result.

— Ayò Bánkólé (@AyoBankole) April 12, 2020

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