Lagos State Television has been shut down after hoodlums attacked the station on Wednesday.
Members of staff of LTV said they have been asked to vacate the premises of the station at Alausa.
It was gathered that the station is presently off air.
According to an eyewitness, the station was attacked by hoodlums around 9am.
He said the hoodlums destroyed some properties of the station.
“LTV, Eko FM, Traffic Radio, and Radio Lagos have been shut down to prevent further attacks,” he added.
Thugs also stormed the palace of the Oba of Lagos located at Iga Idugaran, Lagos Island, vandalising vehicles and carting away several artefacts.
In a video which has gone viral on the internet, the thugs are seen making away with the staff of office commonly referred to as ‘Opa Ase.’
A resident of Lagos Island told The Punch that the thugs who invaded the palace were the same ones who set the family home of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu ablaze.
“When the thugs went to attack Sanwo-Olu’s father’s home, some of them were shot by the police. This infuriated them and they were able to engage the police in a gun duel and overpower them. The policemen, who are attached to the Adeniji Adele Police Station, quickly made a retreat.
“The angry youths made their way to the Palace of the Oba of Lagos. They claim the king is part of the government. The thugs have only been attacking government institutions,” he said.