Barely 48 hours, after the Governor of Lagos state signed a bill against cultist, some group of Cultist had serious clash in Lagos State. With the bill that the Governor signed into law, any cultist that's caught will be sent to prison. Today, some group of Cultist defiled that order, and had a serious clash between themselves. The incident happened in a Ketu local government area of the state, and people had to run from the streets to a place where they felt secure. The fight was between rival cult groups.
The Police had to intervene and bring calm to the area. At first when the Policemen came, the cultist were still agitating, and not until the Police used force on them before they left the streets. The Police used tear gas, and fired some shots in the air to disperse the crowd. There have been many Reactions from people. And Activist Aisha Yesufu have also reacted to the News. Aisha Yesufu in her reaction talked about similar clashes that have happened in the past. And how the Government linked the situation to EndSARS.
In her tweet she said that, Since October 21st 2020, many clashes have happened like this. And that, It was one of these kind of Clashes that the Government tried to connect with EndSARS Protests. Here is the screenshot of her Tweet
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