Suspected hoodlums on Wednesday set ablaze Television Continental (TVC), a television station allegedly owned by a stalwart of Nigeria’s ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) – Bola Tinubu – in the Ketu area of Lagos State.
The hoodlums also razed the headquarters of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) at Marina, Lagos.
The perpetrators were said to be angry over the Tuesday shootings of youths, who were protesting at the Lekki Tollgate in Lagos, by armed security operatives.
No fewer than 12 people were said to have died in the shootings.
Consequent upon the attack the television station has gone off the air.
It was not clear at the time of this report whether anybody has been arrested in connection with the attack.
Meanwhile, hoodlums invaded the NPA premises, chased out the workers, and set the expansive building on fire.
NPA firefighters were said to have run for their dear lives when they were unable to arrest the inferno.
The fire touched over five floors of the nine-story building.
The hoodlums also attacked the NPA facility in Dockyard, Apapa, and carted away valuable items.
All vehicles on the premises were also set on fire by some unidentified hoodlums.
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