Ladipo traders talk about how military men stormed the market killing one injuring several
By Guardian Exclusive
15 July 2021 | 1:59 pm
The fragile peace existing at the Ladipo multi-billion naira auto parts market was threatened on Tuesday, July 13 as soldiers and traders clashed. The fracas left several people injured and vehicles destroyed.
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