There is currently unrest in the Mile 12 area of Lagos State with gunshots being heard, as suspected hoodlums shoot sporadically.
It was learnt that a fight erupted in the popular Lagos-Ikorodu expressway over the scarcity of the new Naira notes and the current hardship.
The voice behind a video said some of the hoodlums are attacking commuters and there is a heavy shooting as many cars are making U-turns in the area.
He said, “Everybody is turning back to Ikorodu, there is shooting, heavy shooting. You can see cars going back to Ikorodu inside.
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Meanwhile, the Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, Benjamin Hundeyin, has confirmed the unrest happening in the Mile 12 area of Lagos State.
He made this known via his Twitter handle on Thursday.
Responding to a tweet asking the PPRO to confirm the rumour, Hundeyin replied, “It is true. Our men are there. Reinforcement units have been deployed. Stay safe out there as we closely monitor and manage the situation.”