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Nigerians React To Before And After Photos Of Police Station Burnt During EndSARS Protest

 

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Nigerians have applauded the renovation of one of the police stations set ablaze by hoodlums during the EndSARS protest against police brutality in October 2020.

Amongst the affected police stations which was vacated after the incident was Pen Cinema.

According to a police source, the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Usman Alkali Baba will commission the station and others around the state, handing them over to their respective Divisional Police Officers (DPOs).

The new design is very unlike the previous designs as they are constructed in a house format, with Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras installed to prevent human rights abuses.

Also, the colour across the newly renovated buildings has improved with light gray, cream and its traditional green, yellow and navy line with a black see-through black gate.

Nigerians commended the development while stressing that residents should not tow the line of destruction again.

See photos below;

One kingscare1 wrote; ”From worst look to standard looks. Impressive and thats why lagos state is charismatic”

One Yemiwonder wrote; ‘‘Lagosians better use ur head don’t allows haters to destroy ur beautiful state… U’ll regret it.”

One Mynd44 wrote;’‘They will say it was burnt by hoodlums but we all know who the hoodlums are.

The very same people who complain of insecurity and criminals in their neighborhood encouraged them by their online posts”

One Dorakay93 wrote; ”Burnt by jealous igbos .they wanted to use that avenue to destroy Lagos State. Na so Dem go steal oba of Lagos staff of office. Very ungrateful tribe prospering fat in Lagos but still hating their landlords”

kalvoken wrote;  ”This station is the worst of all stations in lagos. The police will be watching victims get robbed of their belongings under the bridge and do nothing.

Driving through that place, be it early morning or late evening, is more like going Sambora forest for tourist. Pedestrians see hell along that railway crossing.”

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