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Breaking News: FRSC, LASTMA, VIO Offices, Vehicles Set Ablaze In Lagos

More federal and state government establishment in Lagos have been torched.

This is despite the curfew imposed on the state.

Rampaging youths on Wednesday attacked the expanse Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) premises in Ojodu, Berger.

Also affected are buildings occupied by the Lagos State Traffic Management Agency (LASTMA) and the Vehicle Inspection Office (VIO).

Some offices and cars were either ransacked, damaged or set ablaze.

The affected vehicles are owned by the government parastatals, staff or private citizens.

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