Lagosians have defy the 24-hour curfew imposed by the state government as measures to forestale further breakdown of law and order after hoodlums attacked a police station in the state.
Our correspondent who monitored compliance of the curfew by the endSARS protesters and Lagosians reports that the protesters were still seen on the streets congregating at strategic locations in the state such as the Lagos-Ibadan express way
Most of the youths were seen with bedding and cooking utensils to prepare their dinner on the road and also spend the night there in continuation of the protest.
Morenews also gathered that there were shootings at some parts of Lekki Toll Gate where the protesters also gathered.
The report has it some people have been killed by police men who try to enforce the curfew.
The number of casualty was not ascertained as at the time of this report.
Lagos state has been the epicentre of the endSARS protest since it started about a week ago before it spread to other states in the country.
On Tuesday, some hoodlums attacked and burnt down a police station in the state which prompted the imposition of the 24-hour curfew by Governor Babajide Sanwo Olu beginning from 4pm of Tuesday, 20th October 2020
The youths who are demanding for a complete overhaul of the police force, reduction in the salaries of National Assembly members, good governance among others are determined and ready to take their destiny in their hands.
There have been several incidences of police brutality across the country perpetrated mainly by men of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) evidence in extrajudicial killings, torture and unwarranted arrest of Nigerians by the SARS.