The yet-to-be-identified landlord who falls victim after the suspected robbers on Saturday attacked Agbado Crossing area in Ogun state.
This is just as residents of Abule-Egba, Alagbado, Alakuko, Meiran, Sango areas of Lagos and Ogun states have been gripped by the fear after the suspected cultists embarked on street-to-street mass robbery.
Over 50 resident was alleged to have also been raided Mao Junction at Kola, Adenola Abiola, Adeneka, Dalemo and agbado crossing fleecing traders and residents of their money especially at noon.
It was gathered that the attacks commenced on Thursday after rival cult groups clashed in Ifo Local Government Area of Ogun State which spiralled into Lagos.
The hoodlums were said to be between the ages 19 and 27, seemed to have taken advantage of the supremacy tussle to attack innocent traders and residents, fleecing them of their money and other valuables which is affecting us negatively during this stay at home season.
It was said that they move around with different weapons which they used to threaten their victims to surrender their money and allegedly rape women in some places or if they could not offer any money and some unfortunately killed.
This ungodly acts of Robbery Development that is currently keeping the community off-balance as forced most of the residents to pick up arms such as sticks, cutlasses, bottles and storm the street in self-defence which is against the stay at home order that is been issued by the Federal Government.
The community Raising alarm on the robbery through his official Twitter handle, a well know researcher Olagoke Sunday said: “Confirmed! Boys” have started street to a street robbery around Alagbado, Alakuko up to Sango axis.
This might spread to other locations if drastic measure is not taken by the government in providing social amenities.” Corroborating his post, another resident @mayurz2007 said it was not a joke as a landlord has been allegedly killed at Micon area and the hoodlums were continuing their acts of looting shops and houses with no security resistance.
A woman, who said her family lives in Alagbado, disclosed that she contacted her mother who confirmed robberies were ongoing.