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Nigerian Soldiers Takes Over Oshodi To Avenge Death Of Air Force Officer Killed By Hoodlums [Video]

Nigerian soldiers are on rampage in Oshodi after an Air Force officer was killed by hoodlums in the area..

Many residents and passengers are currently stranded in Oshodi, Lagos State, on Thursday morning after Nigerian soldiers took over the area following the death of an officer of the Nigerian Air Force.

Nigerian Soldiers Takes Over Oshodi To Avenge Death Of Air Force Officer Killed By Hoodlums [Video] 1

According to Daily Trust, the military personnel major places in the area on Thursday morning to avenge the death of the Air Force officer, who was allegedly mobbed to death by hoodlums.

The situation has compounded the traffic woe in the cosmopolitan city as there is currently no movement in and out the part of Oshodi where the rampaging soldiers are.

The soldiers targeting hoodlums are currently marching across the streets, destroying vehicles, especially commercial buses, while some persons were assaulted by the aggrieved security operatives.

Some residents heading to work were trapped in the ensuing violence while students have fled back home. Traders cleaning up their stores on the day of the weekly sanitation also fled just as some transporters abandoned their vehicles.

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Watch videos from the scene below:

 

KanyiDaily had also reported how a lady was allegedly assaulted by some Nigerian soldiers for walking past them without greeting in Lagos.

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