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08.12.2021 news VIDEO: LASTMA Official Removes Uniform to Avoid Lynching by Ojodu Grammar School Students

Published 8th Dec, 2021

By Daniel Ojukwu

Officials of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) have gone into hiding as students of the Ojodu Senior Grammar School attempt to lynch them.

On Tuesday, our reporter observed a student attempting to attack an official at the Berger Bus Stop. He was, however, prevented by passersby who took the official away from the scene.

READ ALSO: BREAKING: Ojodu Grammar School Shut Down Over Students’ Killing

Upon escaping unharmed, the official removed his uniform, put it in his backpack and retained a white vest to mask his identity.

Residents in the area confirmed to FIJ that the students had been seeking out LASTMA officials since Tuesday, over their alleged involvement in a collision between a truck and multiple students of the school, leaving some dead and many injured.

READ ALSO: VIDEO: Lagos Police Shoot at Secondary School Students Protesting Killing of Colleagues

Eyewitnesses said the accident happened on Ogunnusi road, Ojodu, at about 2:30 pm when a truck driver trying to avoid inspection by some state agents drove recklessly and ran his truck over students on their way home.

Published 8th Dec, 2021

By Daniel Ojukwu

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