Supporters rides in a campaign bus of Nigeria's leading opposition All Progressive Congress (APC) presidential candidate Mohammadu Buhari and his unning mate Yemi Osinbajo in Lagos on January 24, 2015. Unknown gunmen stormed and bombed the site of a ~ PIUS UTOMI EKPEI
Lagos - The All Progressive Party and the People's
Democratic Party have blamed each other over the violent clash in Oshodi,
Lagos, DailyIndependent reported.
The early morning violence resulted in two people dying, 14
cars being vandalised and other cars burnt in the disruptive encounter.
Security operatives were called in to restore the tension
and violence as traffic took on a standstill because of the battle.
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According to APC chieftan, Wole Balogun, members of the PDP
were protesting the arrest of their colleague which resulted in a rampage,
attacking APC members.
Officials state that security will be tightened to avoid
unnecessary deaths in Lagos, although the battle between the two political
parties has always been an ongoing thing.
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