Fashina, other activists arrested as police break up peaceful Lagos protest



A peaceful protest organized society in Lagos in memorial those killed during the last anti fuel subsidy protest been dispersed the police.
Dipo Fashina, a former ASUU president, who led the procession, and other activists have been arrested the police and to the Area Command Ikeja.
The procession, which began Labour House, Yaba, was broken up Maryland after an argument between the organizers and a senior police officer.
Fashina and Abiodun Aremu, leading the procession walked out on the senior police officer they could not convince him that “they did not need police permit the march.”
The officer, who said he had orders from the police commissioner, signalled his and fumes from tear gas canisters rent  the air.
Culled from NEWSACROSS.COM
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