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In Lagos Physically challenged person protest over unlawful detention, more

The protesters carried placards, some of which demanded the return of shops seized as far back as 2012, while lamenting the lack of jobs.

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Physically challenged persons protest in Lagos

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A group of physically challenged people have rallied together to organize a protest at the Lagos State Governor's office, Alausa, Lagos state.

The members of the Physically Challenged Empowerment Initiative took to the streets on Tuesday, March 7, 2017, to protest over the closure of Majidun-Owotu center and unlawful detention of their members.

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The men carried placards, some of which demanded the return of shops seized as far back as 2012, while lamenting the lack of jobs.

Others sported shirts that had words like, "disability is not a crime nor a choice."

We hope that the government has a positive response to their pleas.

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