Following the protest staged by both young and old people of the baptist church in Kwara state for the request from the government to return their schools to the missionary to avoid using of hijab by Muslims in all the Baptist-owned schools across the state.
Some of the protesters were allegedly been stoned by the hoodlums and which led to injury for each of them.
Those who are escaped the stones are lamenting how they were brutally maltreated by the hoodlums during the peaceful protest.
According to their lamentation, we are just singing and dancing and nobody destroys anything, but hoodlums are stoning us, despite fighting for our rights.
Watch the video of how they are lamenting by clicking on the link below,
Check out the screenshot below to see the pictures of the injured ones among them,
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