With the current situation of the country, things were expected to change or calm down after president Buhari addressed the nation 2 days ago, but apparently some were not satisfied with the speech, as things got worst in some cities of the nation, especially Ilorin the capital of kwara state.
In the early hours of Friday, 23 of October, 2020, hoodlums uncovered 3 covid19 pallatives warehouses, and looting of the covid 19 pallatives were reported in Maraba, Asa-dam and airport road, as people carted away with bags of rice and cartoons of indomie.
In no time they attacked the state's agric warehouse, carting away items like roofing sheets, cements and food materials.
They tried breaking into the Ilorin custom office, but were given a tough resistance by soldiers, in the process two were reportedly killed with few others injured. A fraction of the custom office was later reportedly set ablaze by the hoodlums.
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However in the late hours of the day, hoodlums stormed and broke in to shop rite malls carting away valuable goods and items. Few of the Items includes freezers, TV's, washing machine and other home appliances, wrist watches, food items and drinks, clothings etc any item you could get at shop rite.
The hoodlums further continued their assault on individually owned businesses and shops, as Femkem electronics, Item 7 eatery, Fcmb and chicken republic were reported to be attacked, carting away with valuable goods and items.
Cars were also destroyed and vandalised.
This is really getting worse by the day...
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