Nollywood actress, Uche Elendu has wept bitterly after she alleged that her shop was looted by hoodlums.
She took to the social media platform, Instagram to gnash and wail after her shop in Lekki was supposedly ransack by hoodlums.
The actress shared photos from her vandalized shop on her Instagram page.
Here what shared on social media;
”They took all my years of struggle and hardwork from me..
I thank God for life.
Posterity will judge all of you.
E shock me ooooo #endsars #endbadgovernance”
See more photos shared by Uche Elendu below;
Equally important, disqualified Big Brother Naija housemate, Erica has also taken to social media to condemn touts and thieves who are looting and vandalizing properties.
Erica Nlewedim has taken to social media to complain over the new turn, the END SARS protest has taken.
This is coming after some thugs disguised as protesters took to the streets to destroy people’s properties.
Erica took to the popular microblogging platform, Twitter and wrote;
“Now thugs are looting and vandalizing shops in lekki!
These are businesses of fellow citizens!
The fight is against our oppressors, this makes no sense!”
Meanwhile, the All Progressives Congress (APC) chieftain, Bola Tinubu, on Wednesday, October 21, slammed reports of his involvement in Tuesday’s shooting of #EndSARS protesters by soldiers in the Lekki area of Lagos State.
Tinubu issued this denial via an interview; explaining that he would never be part of any carnage.
He also denied having any investment in the Lekki Company; the firm which manages the tollgate.
1st News had reported that an unspecified number of people were killed; and several others injured when soldiers attacked the protesters; around the Lekki toll plaza on Tuesday night.
Tinubu said: “Why will they use live bullets?
“I will never, never be part of any carnage. I will never be part of that.
Further, he said: “I have no dime; no kobo investment in the tollgate.
“We are about 13 to 14 days into the protests now. Before now, I was being accused; and also reported to the presidency that I was behind the protests; that I was a sponsor of the protests.”