PHOTOS: ATMS vandalised, 63 buses burnt and assets destroyed by hoodlums in Lagos

PHOTOS: ATMS vandalised, 63 buses burnt and assets destroyed by hoodlums in Lagos

Pictures of assets destroyed by hoodlums who left their mark across Lagos state such as automated teller machines (ATMs), traffic lights, 63 buses, police stations, private malls and officers have surfaced online.

Recall that the suspected hoodlums broke loosel in the state earlier in the week with public and private properties targeted for destruction.

The governor of Lagos state, Babajide Sanwo-Olu had also stated that he was moved to tears during am assessment tour of vandalized assets.

WITHIN NIGERIA on Saturday gathered from TheCable pictures which were taken during a tour around Lagos to document destroyed properties.

See Photos:

Access Bank, Lekki branch
A towing truck burnt by hoodlums in Lekki

Access Bank ATM gallery vandalised by hoodlums
Burnt cars at Lekki Concession Company annex office

Chief Jeremiah Obafemi Awolowo’s statue: Hoodlums removed his glasses
A resident cleaning the a street in Alausa
Ticket booth burnt at Lekki toll gate
Casper & Gambini’s sealed after hoodlums attacked the Ikeja city mall

A kiosk vandalised at Ikeja city mall bus-stop

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