At present, there are a large number of security personnel here, and no one is allowed to walk on the road without raising their hands.
Some young members of the Eleko community in the Ibeju Lekki area of Lagos began a protest.
The protest, which began on Monday morning, became violent because apparently the young men met with some security officials regarding the enforcement of the COVID-19 blockade in the community.
Locals told TV channels that young people were installing roadblocks with bonfires at various places along the road, leading to some companies, including the Dangote refinery in the area.
They accused security officials of enforcing the blockade for prejudices, saying that emigrants were allowed to go to the workplace and residents were forced to stay in their homes.
For their part, the police say they dispersed a group of violent protesters in the Eleko Junction municipality.
The community, however, seems abandoned when the residents have accelerated to different homes after more police and military personnel have been deployed in the area.