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    Panic As Lagos Street Fight Leaves 14 Injured, 30 Vehicles Destroyed

    The residents said the fighting hoodlums are called 'No salary Boys', adding that the police only arrived after the boys had left the vicinity. 



    File photo; Street fight
    File photo; Street fight

    A violent fight between some hoodlums in Ijeshatedo and Ilasamaja areas of Lagos State had at least 30 vehicles destroyed.

    According to residents in the area, the fight which lasted two days also left more than 14 people injured.

    “Mostly, the fights are between some guys in Ilasamaja and their Itire counterparts. We need police to curb their activities,” a resident reportedly said.

    Some of the residents said the fighting hoodlums are called 'No salary Boys', adding that the police only arrived after the boys had left the vicinity.

    The streets affected were Shobande, Salami Bashorun, Ogunmuyiwa, Lagos Street, Oredola, and Ogunsami.

    The residents call on the Nigeria Police Force to be more proactive and fish out the hoodlums terrorizing the areas.​
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  • Panic As Lagos Street Fight Leaves 14 Injured, 30 Vehicles Destroyed
  • The residents said the fighting hoodlums are called 'No salary Boys', adding that the police only arrived after the boys had left the vicinity. 



    File photo; Street fight
    File photo; Street fight

    A violent fight between some hoodlums in Ijeshatedo and Ilasamaja areas of Lagos State had at least 30 vehicles destroyed.

    According to residents in the area, the fight which lasted two days also left more than 14 people injured.

    “Mostly, the fights are between some guys in Ilasamaja and their Itire counterparts. We need police to curb their activities,” a resident reportedly said.

    Some of the residents said the fighting hoodlums are called 'No salary Boys', adding that the police only arrived after the boys had left the vicinity.

    The streets affected were Shobande, Salami Bashorun, Ogunmuyiwa, Lagos Street, Oredola, and Ogunsami.

    The residents call on the Nigeria Police Force to be more proactive and fish out the hoodlums terrorizing the areas.​
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