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Many Imates Shot As Army, Police Foil Attempted Jail Break At Ikoyi Prison, Lagos [Video]

Nigerian Police and Army has foiled a jailbreak at the Ikoyi Correctional Centre.

Some inmates were reportedly shot as a combined team of correctional officers, police and soldiers foiled a revolt and attempted jailbreak at Ikoyi Prison in Lagos State.

Many Imates Shot As Army, Police Foil Attempted Jail Break At Ikoyi Prison, Lagos [Video] 1

According to the source inside the prison, several prisoners were shot as some imates tried to breach the gate of the prison on Thursday afternoon.

It was gathered that the troops of the Nigerian Army were called in to assist correctional officers who are trying to suppress the attempted jailbreak.

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An eyewitness, who wished to remain anonymous, said, “I can see them from my balcony at the moment. Soldiers and policemen have arrived. I saw prisoners throwing stones and I saw fire.

“A lot of the prison officials have gathered at the entrance of the prison while some of the inmates have retreated.”

Series of videos circulating the social media shows military personnel and prison wardens foiling the jailbreak. There was also report of fire outbreak at the prison facility.

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Watch some of the videos below:

The attempted jailbreak in Lagos is coming three days after hundreds of prisoners escaped from the Benin prison.

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