The full list of government and private-owned properties damaged by hoodlums in Lagos is out following Lekki killing. 

OnyxNews Nigeria reports that serious trouble spread like a wildfire in Lagos state following Tuesday night Lekki toll gate massacre of #EndSARS Protesters.

Recall that soldiers from the Nigerian Army shot Lekki toll gate peaceful #EndSARS protesters leading to the death of “several” protesters.

Due to the Lekki toll gate killing, violence wrapped up Lagos from Wednesday morning to the time of making this report as hoodlums unleash more confusion and burnt down many public and private properties.

See full list of properties damaged in Lagos so far (Always refresh the page for update)

1. About three Police stations in Orile Lagos – set ablaze

2. Nigeria Port Authority Lagos – set ablaze

3. Lekki/Ikoyi Toll Gate, Lagos – totally destroyed

4. BRT Terminal, Oyingbo – New Buses set on fire

5. Television Continental, Ketu, Lagos – set ablaze

6. VIO, FRSC Office, Ojodu – FRSC branded cars, generators burnt.

7. BRT Terminal, Ojodu, Lagos – buses set ablaze.

8. BRT Bus at Berger – set ablaze

9. Lagos Television, Agidingbi, Ikeja – shut down

10.  Recreational Center, Oregun, Lagos – set on fire.

11. Oba’s Palace, Lagos – burnt to ashes. His scepter of authority seized.

12. Sanwo Olu’s family House, Lagos Island burnt

13  Kings college on fire

14. Many lives lost already to the protests all in Lagos and south west.

15. Oriental Hotel, Victoria Island Lagos burnt

16. GTBank Branches burnt down

17. Access Bank Branches burnt down

18. Channels Television shut down

19. Ajeromi Local Govt Secretariat

20. Lagos-Island Local Govt destroyed

21. Lagos-Island East LCDA Secretariat set on fire

22. Lagos Mainland Local Govt Secretariat Destroyed

23. Ibeju Lekki LCDA Secretariat destroyed

24. Sanwoolu’s Uncle’s house on Lagos Island

25. Several heritage buildings and private properties burnt down

26. Circle mall burgled

27. Lagos High Court set on fire

28. Shoprite, Surulere

29. Shoprite, Festac

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