Nigerian Port Authority (NPA) is on fire.
Hoodlums set the Nigerian Port Authority (NPA) on fire, sending out the workers of the ports authority before the facilities were torched.
The port’s fire fighting team was unable to contain the fire, as they ran for dear lives.
HSENations learnt that the hoodlums also left the premises with valuable items.
In other reports, the Vehicle Inspection Office (VIO) in Ogunusi road, Ojodu Berger has also been set on fire by hoodlums as violence dominated #Endsars protest in Lagos.
Several cars belonging to the Federal Road Safety Agency (FRSC) and seized cars were burnt to ashes by the hoodlums.
… Nigeria Port Authority (NPA) HQ building Apapa Lagos on fire. Further potential mob actions targeted at Govt Assets not unlikely. pic.twitter.com/wqKTOOLxVF
— McDonSecure (@McDonSecure) October 21, 2020
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