As The Nigeria Youths Were Protesting See These Hausa Boys Were Caught Doing In A Lagos Community(Video)
There are mostly two sides to a story during anarchies in Nigeria.
As some are in support of the agitations, some will be acting contrary to the joints tasks.
The ongoing protests against the SARS tell it all, as the entire Nigerians proceed with the protest, many of the youths were seen engaging in different activities.
In Abeokuta the capital of Ogun state, as the youths gather in unison against the SARS, some youths are seen protesting against the extortions of the road union workers who were said to have inflated the demand of money on tickets the motorists, cyclists and tricyclists pay as their taxes.
They were said to have been charged to pay #300 for cyclists and tricyclist as their dues per tickets, while the motorist is charged #500 per tickets.
This was what mostly the youths were fighting against in Abeokuta.
However, there have been horrific killings in Lagos state, following the attack some military personnel unleashed on the peaceful protesters.
As the youths got angrier towards the attacks of the soldiers, numerous police stations were burnt down and several firms that belong to the APC national leader in Lagos state were also burnt down.
But, it’s so disappointing to detect that some Hausa youths are acting on the contrary to the happenings at Fagba, a community situated in Ifako/Ijaiye area of Lagos state.
Mostly, some places in Lagos state were dominated by the Hausas, such a place is the abattoir and Fagba railway line at Iju an area in Lagos state.
It was gathered that the Hausa youths, jettisoned the act of protest and rather choose to burgled some shops in the community and steals goods, while the merchants were away.
In a video shared on the internet by residents of Lagos state, it shows that not all the Nigerian youths are truly after the protests, some are striving to loots communities and that’s what some Hausa youths are caught doing in the broad daylight at Lagos community called Fagba.
The video HERE tells it all.
Conclusively, it’s so disheartening to see such things when the other youths were protesting on what they think is right for Nigeria, hence it is unacceptable to see others involved in theft.
That can make the government conclude that the motive of the protest is not genuine, and the youths might end up achieving nothing from it.