Naira Swap: Protests Spread In Nigeria As Mobs Vandalise Banks, Cars, Police Stations

New Naira Notes

SHALOM OLALEYE

Violent protests continue to spread across  Nigeria towns and cities following citizens inability to access the newly introduced naira notes.

On Friday, angry citizens who couldn’t access funds for the day financial transactions attacked   banks in  Ojota and Epe in Lagos state,  Edo, Port Harcourt, Abeokuta even as  police stations and cars were vandalized.

At the early hours of Friday, some  youths of Mowe, Ogun state, witnessed sporadic shootings by soldiers after they took to the streets to protest against the new naira policy.

Homodayor’s Tweet

A Twitter user, Homodayor tweeted ,“Scarcity of new naira notes and rejection of N1000 and N500 old notes have led to protest and chaos in some parts of Lagos State such as Ikorodu, Mile 12, Mowe, Ibafo, Ojota , Agege and Igando.

I hope security operatives would restore sanity to the violence areas.

“Ibafo, Magboro,Mowe ,Ogun state is something else now, nowhere safe in  Nigeria again ”.

Soszee’s tweet