Government Offices Shut As Protesters Mount Multiple Roadblocks In Lagos
Written by MaryGift Sunday on October 19, 2020
Youths protesting police brutality and extra-judicial killings on Monday blocked entrances into the Lagos State Secretariat, Alausa.
The main gates to the government offices were shut by the protesters who said they are also demanding an end to bad governance in Nigeria.
Civil servants can be seen stranded as gates to their offices were locked.
While some civil servants can be seen carrying their bags and other personal belongings leaving the office premises others are reported locked up in their offices awaiting directives from their bosses on the next line of action.
There are multiple road blockages across Lagos city including the Lagos-Ibadan expressway.
Youth also cordoned off Lekki Tollgate, Berger bus stop, Gbagada, and other major locations preventing motorists from accessing the roads.
The three-week-long #EndSARS protest has held sway in different parts of the country with protesters seeking an end to police brutality among other things.