Fifty vehicles and several shops were vandalised yesterday in Oworoshoki, Lagos, in a cult war.
Twenty persons have been arrested over the clash, which started around 2am and lasted till 7am.
The hoodlums shattered the vehicles’ windscreens and looted shops.
Some residents told The Nation that shouts of “Kill them all, kill anyone you see” and sporadic gunshots woke them from sleep, forcing them to flee their homes.
It was gathered that Ayo Odugbesan, Church, Oke Eri, Odo Eran and Aralamo streets, among others, were affected.
A source, who pleaded anonymity, said they saw the street urchins around 7pm on Saturday and alerted the police.
“At about 7pm, we saw those boys trooping to our area. Some people fled because some of those boys were arrested recently and sent to jail. How they regained freedom and found their way back is surprising.
“We are not safe in Oworo. These cultists are making life unbearable for us. We need help in this area. The destruction started around 2am.
The Nation, Monday 18, February.
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