Lagos - Soldiers and officials of Kick Against Indiscipline (KAI) on Thursday clashed in Ojuelegba bus-stop in Lagos State, reports NewsDay.
Trouble started when a KAI officer allegedly slapped and tore a man's cloths.
The man's offence was just because he was passing by one of the parked vans of KAI.
Others KAI officials later joined in the assault.
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But unknown to the KAI officials, the man they harassed was not a civilian but a soldier who was dressed in plain clothes.
The army officer quickly contacted the nearest barrack to mobilize his colleagues to come to his rescue.
Sensing the impending danger, the KAI officers quickly fled from the scene, throwing away their uniform and caps in the process.
When the soldiers arrived, the KIA van's windscreen was broken and tyres deflated.
Police officers later arrived the scene to calm the situation.
- News 24