A prominent Nigerian activist who is a blogger and also an Investigative journalist, Kemi Olunloyo has recently taken to her official Facebook handle to reproach the Comptroller General of the Nigerian customs service Hameed Ali over the recent attack on the Ajah market which reportedly took place yesterday after customs officers broke into the shop of one Mrs. Iyah Maggi and destroyed her items as well as carted away with some of her frozen fish and chicken. Kemi in the short video clip she attached to the post also disclosed how the officers smashed the shops of some Igbo boys selling rice in the Ajah market area of Lagos state and ventured to cart away their rice and other food items.
The activist who felt that this action is very wrong and that no reason would be able to justify what the customs officers did, stated that those boys could have ventured into online fraud but they chose to hustle, as she went ahead to tag it a sectionalism to the southerners, thereby claiming that this very act is intimidation and an economic sabotage to hard-working Nigerian youths.
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