"We go school, and after graduating were unable to secure a job. Proceeded to master’s degree, but still was unable to secure a job. This made most graduates enter the street to learn one or two things.
"Fast forward to today, I went to buy things to use for my work, which was packed inside a carton. It was heavy that I had to put it on my head. I was stopped by an agbero to pay their levy which I refused. To cut the story short, I was beaten from top to bottom to the extent that malaria have been managing in my body system came rushing out alongside its symptoms. It was after I got home I discovered that I was badly injured, from ankle pain to cheek pain, chest pain, headache, and body temperature.
"I no understand am at all!!! How will I go to the market to buy what I need, carry it with my head, just for someone to show up and say make I pay him levy for that
"On behalf of Lagosians going through a lot from Lagos agberos, I beseech the government should help us look into the unaccounted levy imposed on its citizen."
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