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Wednesday, 21 October 2020

Police Lists Properties Destroyed In Lagos

Police Lists Properties Destroyed In Lagos

The hoodlums, who have been causing mayhem in Lagos State, under the guise of the ongoing Endsars protest, have killed two policemen at Orile Police Station, wounded many at various stations and set ablaze ten (10) police formations across the state.

The violent and criminally-minded hoodlums descended on police stations/facilities and gruesomely murdered two policemen on Tuesday 20th October, 2020 and Wednesday 21st October, 2020, while others were critically injured. They looted the affected stations and carted away some valuables .

Some of the other affected police stations include Idimu, Igando, Layeni, Denton, Ilenbe Hausa, Ajah, Amukoko, Ilasa, Cele Outpost under Ijesha, disbanded SARS officer under Ajegunle, Ebute-Ero Mushin (Olosan) where two policemen were shot by the hoodlums, Ojo and Ajegunle where 2 patrol vans each were set ablaze. 

Similarly, the hoodlums attacked three (3) new generation banks on Tuesday 20th October and Wednesday 21st October, 2020, respectively, and carted away unspecified amount of money while some parts of the banks were set on fire before they were dislodged, and some of them were arrested with the loots from the banks, including arms and ammunition. 

At Ajegunle Area, they burnt the Secretariat of Ajeromi Ifelodun Local Government Council and some valuables including cars; and some other private medical and commercial centres were attacked. 

Today, Wednesday 21st October, 2020, the hoodlums again launched series of attack on many facilities within Lagos State such as the Palace of Oba of Lagos, Shoprite Ajah,  Nigerian Port Authority head office Marina, the Governor's mother's house at Akerele,  VIO/Federal Road Safety Corps offices at Ojodu, Lagos State, Magistrate Courts, Igbosere, TVC station, the Nation Newspapers office, and many other shops/malls were looted. 

Generally, due to the persistent attacks and mayhem caused by the hoodlums, four(4) people have been injured while others lost their lives.

The Command wishes to reiterate that in as much as we respect people's opinions and rights, it will not allow the present situation degenerate to anarchy and general insecurity where hoodlums will have free days to kill, destroy and loot people's property with impunity. The command will repel any group of individuals that might want to continue with these heinous and barbaric acts across the state. WE ARE COMMITTED TO MAINTENANCE OF LAW AND OTHER AND ENFORCEMENT OF ALL LAWS IN LAGOS STATE. 

#ENDSARS Protest:Olusegun  Obasanjo Writes Buhari

#ENDSARS Protest:Olusegun Obasanjo Writes Buhari

Former President Chief Obasanjo has advised President Muhammadu Buhari to "restrain the military and other security agencies from using brute force as a way of ending the crisis."

Olusegun Obasanjo, condemned the shooting of  protesters demanding police reform and advised President Muhammadu Buhari to “restrain the military and other security agencies from using brute force as a way of ending the crisis.”

He said this Wednesday afternoon, a day after soldiers shot at unarmed protesters in Lekki, Lagos.

The Lekki incident has been condemned by many Nigerians including Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu who has pledged an investigation into the shooting.

The exact casualty from the incident is yet to be confirmed although Mr Sanwo-Olu said no one died while over 12 people were injured including two in intensive care.

Apart from the Lagos shootings, protesters have also been shot in states like Ondo, Oyo and Delta.
Mr Obasanjo’s advice to President Buhari joins others by many Nigerians and international leaders including former American Vice President Joe Biden and ex-U.S. Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton

CKN NEWS Exclusive Pictures And Videos Of The Totally Burnt Down TVC And MAX FM Lagos

CKN NEWS Exclusive Pictures And Videos Of The Totally Burnt Down TVC And MAX FM Lagos

This is what is left of TVC and Max FM two stations linked to the National Leader of APC Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu after some hoodlums stormed the stations in the early hours of today.

Equipment worth billions of Naira were destroyed by the urchins

Several vehicles were also totally burnt 


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Breaking: Channels Television Shutdown Operations Over "Imminent Attack"

Breaking: Channels Television Shutdown Operations Over "Imminent Attack"

Nigeria's foremost television station Channels has shutdown its operation what it described as "imminent attack on its staff and operations ".

The station has gone off air due to this though it did not disclose those behind the attack.

This is coming at the heel of the attack this morning of another television station TVC by hoodlums 

Breaking :Hoodlums Set NPA HQ, TVC, BRT Buses , Oba Of Lagos Resident etc On Fire

Breaking :Hoodlums Set NPA HQ, TVC, BRT Buses , Oba Of Lagos Resident etc On Fire

Sequel to the shooting of unarmed protesters in Lagos Tuesday night at Lekki Tollgate by soldiers, chaos has erupted across the city with police divisions, a bus station, Nigeria Port Authority and a television house going up in flames.

Also, disturbing footages, albeit unconfirmed, showed a house purportedly belonging to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s mother being set ablaze by irate youths.

Unconfirmed reports on social media show that irate mob set ablaze Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu mother’s house, BRT buses, TVC, NPA Headquarters Marina, and Lagos City Mall on Wednesday morning.

TV Continental (TVC) is believed to be owned by the national leader of APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu.

Unconfirmed reports also show that some angry youth are attacking Iga Idugaran, the palace of the Oba of Lagos.

The mob, according to reports, also set Adekunle police station near the Third Mainland Bridge on fire after two of their residents were shot dead by the police on Wednesday morning. This is as killings and maiming have erupted in Mushin area of the state.

This reprisal is coming after the Lekki Tollgate massacre of Tuesday night that left several dead and about 23 injured