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Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by Nobody: 9:33pm On Mar 08, 2016
A section of Ladipo market called Odo Aladura in Lagos State, western Nigeria, was Tuesday morning demolished by unidentified persons suspected to be thugs who attempted to demolish it recently before traders prevented the thugs.

P.M.NEWS gathered that the suspects invaded the market in the morning around 3:00 a.m. and demolished the entire market and hurriedly left before the traders got to the market in the morning.

Traders’ goods kept in the various shops worth millions of naira were destroyed.
Before the traders got to the market Tuesday morning, the whole shops had been reduced to rubble.

There had been crises for some weeks after the same thugs invaded the market and attempted to demolish it but the traders mobilized themselves and chased the thugs away.

That invasion of the market resulted in serious fracas between the traders and the thugs during which many traders sustained injuries.
One of the traders, Anene Utasi, was attacked with a machete and also shot. He was rushed to LUTH where he eventually died.

This sparked another round of violent protest and many shops and other properties believed to belong the leader of the thugs were destroyed.
It took the intervention of the Lagos Commissioner of Police, Mr Fatai Owoseni before the situation was brought under control.

Following the death of Utasi, Owoseni ordered the arrest of Cemetery Attendant, Monday Lawrence and other suspected thugs who were behind the death.

Lawrence was yet to be arrested when thugs invaded the market in the early hours of Tuesday and demolished over 2,000 shops, destroing goods worth millions of naira in the shops

http://www.pmnewsnigeria.com/2016/03/08/ladipo-market-demolished-2/

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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by sleekdot(m): 9:35pm On Mar 08, 2016
I thought Ambode has already demolished all of ladipo

What are these miscreants still lingering in the market for

Ambode do quick. The urban renewal of lagos is a must

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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by chriskosherbal(m): 9:36pm On Mar 08, 2016
That was uncalled for.

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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by ZombieNation: 9:36pm On Mar 08, 2016
These yoruba thugs will only succeed in destroying Lagos completely

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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by ZombieNation: 9:39pm On Mar 08, 2016
sleekdot:
Well done Ambode. The urban renewal of lagos is a must

Why did you edit your post?

Why hail ambode over this illegal demolition but keep quiet when awusa okada riders sacked your market and town in mile 12?

Foolish hypocrisy is a ****

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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by Nobody: 9:41pm On Mar 08, 2016
grin cheesy
Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by mightyhazel: 9:44pm On Mar 08, 2016
The impunity of dese yoruba touts!

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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by oduastates: 9:45pm On Mar 08, 2016
That city needs urgent sanitation .
Okada, street trading,slums , illegal structures ,haphazard construction ,open air market etc have to go .poverty is not an excuse to allow the city or region to rot away.

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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by Nobody: 9:47pm On Mar 08, 2016
Very nice! kiss kiss after all they don't wish us well.

They were all celebrating the death of our people just few days back

The next thing is to send them and the A.b.o.kis to wherever they came from

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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by HungerBAD: 6:01am On Mar 09, 2016
As the Chief Security Officer of the State.

The Governor has the right constitutionally, to shut down any market that is considered to be a security threat to his State. In this article, it was stated that "LIVES" has been lost, in skirmishes over some parcel of land at the market.

But again, the story is ambiguous on who actually carried out this act as stated by the traders themselves. Some said it was thugs, who had earlier being pursued away, and some that are political mischief makers are blaming the Government of Lagos State.

Nobody knows yet who carried out this act.

But, this is what i know about the Lagos that i grew up in. The State is a respecter of Law, and if the Government was involved in this, i am sure a notice would have been given to these traders "YEARS" ago.

Same Scenario played out in Oshodi, even if for years the Government had been giving them notices. But trust "THOSE PEOPLE" to play on the sentiments of others by playing the "VICTIM" card.

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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by seunny4lif(m): 6:04am On Mar 09, 2016
The government also need to demolish Ketu market becos dat place too dirty for God sake angry angry and before Hausa go chase us comot for Lagos grin

Abi Ambode dey fear Hausa grin make dem no go chase him comot grin grin
At least Igbo na chestbeater becos dem neva fight us but those Hausa know say we Yoruba Lagos no get mind grin grin



But una no dey sleep angry

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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by mallamseifaldin(m): 6:06am On Mar 09, 2016
The Lagos state government is trying to revenge the calamity that befell them at mile12 market.....





5Naira biscuit is now 10Naira..

10Naira biscuit is now 20Naira....

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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by diasporaman(m): 6:08am On Mar 09, 2016
This is totally wrong. When did they become the government agency that is responsible for urban development. Shameless miscreants, lazy fools who couldn't fight the hausa/fulani at mile 12.

Enemies of the progress of an Igbo man

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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by seunny4lif(m): 6:14am On Mar 09, 2016
angry
Abeg still leave Igbos
Let deal with Hausa first angry
Hausa need Sea...
In 2012 when Hausa try that nonsense in ringroad Benin city
Dat the days I started respecting Benin people cool cool
Since then Hausa no try am again likewise Ibadan cool
kaakulator3:
Very nice! kiss kiss after all they don't wish us well.

They were all celebrating the death of our people just few days back

The next thing is to send them and the A.b.o.kis to wherever they came from

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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by Musiwa419: 6:15am On Mar 09, 2016
Go tell Nnamdi Kanu to build another Market for you

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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by joyandfaith: 7:07am On Mar 09, 2016
Musiwa419:
Go tell Nnamdi Kanu to build another Market for you

as if yoruba traders are not among victims. useless tribalist

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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by Nobody: 7:46am On Mar 09, 2016
Another attack on Igbo businesses by apc lagos government.
This is a well written script already in play, we all know the Buhari led govt has promised to stifle Igbo businesses all round the country using the slave West as a willing tool. They have started from deliberately burning down most Igbo dominated markets around the country to the systemic criminal demolition of most Igbo dominated markets in lagos without prior notice, coupled with endemic fx policy and banning of most igbos dominated importation commodities.
But this time on, they are hugely mistaken to think the Igbos will fold it's hand and watch it's gains turns ruins.

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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by hungryboy(m): 7:58am On Mar 09, 2016
Nairalanders supporting this action on here are pathetic,

Maybe i shouldn't even blame them, cause the haven't even dared to venture into a business before due to their laziness.
Waking up in the morning to meet your business place demolished and your goods looted is a traumatic experience everybody should pray not to go through

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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by mrofficial(m): 9:11am On Mar 09, 2016
If it were to be Hausas, by now there will be riot. The igbos value life and will not embark on such. That's why no tribe should engage the Hausas in any fight. They are savages and miscreants without purpose driven life.

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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by brunofarad(m): 9:12am On Mar 09, 2016
Ok
Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by Originality007: 9:12am On Mar 09, 2016
shocked
Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by Segadem(m): 9:14am On Mar 09, 2016
Hmmm
Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by Naija9090: 9:14am On Mar 09, 2016
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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by computer0810(m): 9:14am On Mar 09, 2016
Such will continue to happen unless d Igbo's and d aboki's respect there host...very soon mile12 market will be relocated in such a way that d hausa won't live among d human again since they choose to remain animal.....children of hate over to u

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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by adonbilivit: 9:16am On Mar 09, 2016
if Igbo and yoloba don't insult each other on this thread...call me lai mohammmed
Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by Beehshorp(m): 9:16am On Mar 09, 2016
Avnt u all noticed since ambode stepped in things are no longer going on fine in lagos and since buhari stepped into power I can say same for Nigeria...

I even read that housemaids would pay taxes in lagos...are this not thesame people that promised us dat dey would make us look like people who live in the us andmake life easy for everyman..yet they come in and things become unbearably difficult...


APC thunder go fire una if I see una leg for 2019..party of fraudsters and scammers

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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by SylarsMcQuins: 9:17am On Mar 09, 2016
Lazy pple frm Western Nigeria destroying goods worth millions of hard working men.

Work they won't work, hustle they won't buh instead the want to reap where they didn't sow.

Awon omo ale....

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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by vislabraye(m): 9:19am On Mar 09, 2016
Government should do something about this area boys.
Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by orijintv(m): 9:19am On Mar 09, 2016
sleekdot:
I thought Ambode has already demolished all of ladipo

What are these miscreants still lingering in the market for

Ambode do quick. The urban renewal of lagos is a must

Tribalistic Eedioot

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Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by djjosh(m): 9:20am On Mar 09, 2016
make presido com compensate this ones wit "auto employment" oh. na dem nid am pass.
Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by djjosh(m): 9:21am On Mar 09, 2016
djjosh:
na politician send them. damn nigeria!
Re: Section Of Ladipo Market Demolished by SylarsMcQuins: 9:21am On Mar 09, 2016
kaakulator3:
Very nice! kiss kiss after all they don't wish us well.

They were all celebrating the death of our people just few days back

The next thing is to send them and the A.b.o.kis to wherever they came from

You see ow useless ur life is, PAINED for another man' success why ur kind lazy's around.

Typical jobless Yoruba youth.

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