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Customs and Army officers breaking into shops in Yaba to confiscate okirika

LAGOS, Nigeria – A joint team of Customs and Army officers have been accused of allegedly breaking into shops at Popo Street in Yaba, Lagos to allegedly confiscate second-hand clothings popularly known as Okirika.

According to eyewitnesses, the incident occurred on Sunday December 29 while most owners of the shops are away for the Christmas holiday. 

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Facebook user, Onyekachi Titus who shared the story wrote; 

See wot is happing in my street right now at yaba Lagos popo street custom and army come to our street were dey are selling okirika dey break all d shop and parking store and parks d hole bell of okirika and move dem away dis morning been 29-12-2019

Joint team of Customs and Army officers allegedly break into shops in Yaba to allegedly confiscate okirika (video)

Watch video below:- Customs and Army officers breaking into shops in Yaba

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