See What Was Spotted On The Lekki Protest Ground That Has Got People Talking
Presently, protests have been going on in Nigeria whereby the youths are demanding for the disbandment of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad.
For the past few weeks from now, protests is discovered to have been going on in Nigeria whereby the youths are demanding for the dissolvement of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad Operatives. Following the claims laid against these operatives, they are said to be responsible for most of the atrocities that are being committed in the society. These operatives are said to responsible to most murderings, kidnappings, and extortion of money that are being committed in the society.
Recently, a photo surfaced online whereby some group of people is seen to be smoking some stuff which is popularly known as "Shisha" on the protests ground in Lekki. Check below for the pictures of these group of the protesters smoking the stuff below.
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