Shop owners in Nigeria broke into uncontrollable tears after seeing the damage hoodlums did to her store in a mall.

Following the curfew imposed in Lagos State on Tuesday, October 20 by the Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu in the wake of #EndSARS protest brouhaha, some thugs took the advantage of the curfew and broke into stores while the shop owners are at home and carted away their goods.

A video sighted on social media captures the moment shop owners who are victims of this incident which happened at the Surulere complex of Adeniram Ogunsanya Mall cried vehemently as she came to see nothing inside her shop.

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In another news, Coming after Uche Elendu was dragged by her colleague, Doris Ogala and other Nigerians for allegedly lying about the “Lekki shop looting” Saga, the Igbo born thespian has finally opened up.

Earlier reported that the single mother of two was branded a liar and Doris Ogala had called her out claiming that her loss was not enough to kick start a Go Fund me account.

In an exclusive chat with Kemi Filani News, Uche Elendu insisted that her shop in Lekki was looted including other ones.

In her words:

“I am heartbroken to see what a peaceful protest turned into. People lost their loved ones, lost prosperities. Everyone is wailing. The blood stain on the Nigerian flag is very symbolic. We need lots of prayers to wipe off that stigma. This is a Democratic government; they are expected to listen to our pleas. We are so backward; yet a country so blessed with rich human and natural resources. Now innocent people are dead. What have we done to deserve this? No light, no good road, no good water system, education zero. “

She continued

“My store in Lekki, Lagos was looted and other ones there too. Goods worth over N15 million were carted away. They removed everything. Even my Generator, my CCTV. I lost everything. I was sitting in my home when I saw photos of my store empty. Government, security officers couldn’t do anything to help an average Nigeria dispel these thugs from their continuous looting. Let the chaos stop, let peace prevail. This is a Democratic government.”