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“If Anything Happens To My Brother, Lagos Will Burn”

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Some protesters who hit the streets of Surulere, Lagos State on Monday morning ended up being brutalized by the police force as they began firing at the protestors and arrested some in the process.
Popular Nigeria Singer, Ikuforiji Abdulrahman Olaitan known professionally as Oxlade was injured while running for his life when the police opened fire on the protesters. However, his manager Ojabodu Ademola also known popularly as Ojah B, was unlucky. He was seen dragged on the ground by the police to the station.


Fortunately, videos of Ojah B being dragged on the floor by some men of the police has surfaced online which has led to the reactions of the sister of Ojah B. She took to her Twitter page to warn the Governor of Lagos State that nothing must happen to her brother.

“We watched as your men dragged my brother like a dog. Lawyers are there but your police are claiming he isn’t with them. @jidesanwoolu if anything happens to my brother, Lagos will burn. And I will be the one holding the match stick” she tweeted.

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