This was disclosed on Facebook by a user identified as Oluchi Achorowa who shared the post to a group.
Recall, the Governor of Rivers State has asked people to stop trading on the road. This is was part of the Governor's agenda to keep the State clean while promoting the State's economy. We learnt the shop was built on the road. This attracted the attention of the Taxi forces.
From the video that was shared on Facebook, a man who could be the leader of the Taxi forces was seen ordering his boys to bring down the shop. While they were pulling down the shop, the lady was seen say "you people should continue. Is this place road?"
Also from the video, the lady was struggling with the Taxi forces in order to prevent them from destroying her shop.
Many who reacted to this said the Taxi forces were executing an order given to them in order to make the State conducive, saying people should stop erecting illegal structures along the road.
However, some advised that the lady shouldn't have been hurt.
Oluchi Achorowa while reacting to a comment said the lady refused to date the leader of the task force, adding that the shop has been there for 3 years.Do you think the Taxi Forces exceeded their limit by hurting the lady?
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