It’s already too late to educate the hoodlums - Yomi Casual laments after his store got looted (video)
- Fashion designer, Yomi Casual, took to social media to share the aftermath of the violence unleashed by hoodlums on his store
- The celebrity mentioned that it was already too late to educate the hoodlums about the essence of the protest
- The designer also said that the fight was supposed to be for everyone and not against one another
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Celebrity fashion designer, Yomi Casual, took to social media to share videos of the havoc hoodlums wrecked on his store in Surulere.
In the video which he shared on Instagram, the star said that the sad view was what he woke up to. The store had been forced open, looted, and some of his properties thrown out.
Hoodlums loot and destroy Yomi casual's store in Lagos
Source: @yomicasual / Instagram
He stated that what came to his mind was that it was too late to educate the hoodlums about the reason for the protest and that the fight should not have been against ourselves.
Here’s what Yomi said:
"Woke up to this and the first thing that came to my mind is “It’s already too late to educate the hoodlums that this fight is for all of us and not at each other. If you are in surulere please stay safe, Surulere stores are being looted by hoodlums. Safety first #Itiswell #PrayforNigeria"
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His fans and other celebrities took to social media to empathise and console him, here's what some of them had to say:
"Which kind problem be this naa.. These guys making it seem like we sparked off problems for ourselves. Sorry about this bro.. God see Us through."
"So sorry bro God will restore"
"Oh God. So sorry brother "
"So sorry bruv."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nollywood actress Uche Elendu's shops were also looted by hoodlums.
The actress cried out on social media after she lost items worth millions from her Lagos-based shops.
Elendu in a post shared on her verified Instagram page noted that she was trying to recover from the sad stories of innocent lives lost at the recent Lekki-toll shooting when she received news of the havoc brought upon her places of business.
The heartbroken celebrity painfully stated that all her years of struggle and hard work had been taken away from her.
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