The Minister of Works and Housing, Hon. Babatunde Fashola, says he does not know what happened to the camera he recovered at the Lekki toll booth after the #EndSARS protests.
Fashola said this during an interview with Arise Television which was monitored by our correspondent.
The former Lagos state governor, who visited the state in October last year to assess the damage done by the thugs, spotted a video camera at the toll booth which he handed to a government official.
The viral footage of Fashola’s “shooting” became a meme on social media and has been trending for several weeks.
When asked what became of the camera, Fashola replied: “You shouldn’t ask me. You have the tapes showing I turned it over to the Lagos government, so you have all the tapes. I think your people were there. So don’t ask me what happened to the camera. I do not know. “
On what he thought of the struggle of young people to take power in 2023, Fashola said that young people ruled Nigeria more than the elderly.
He recalled that during the military regime, the officers who ruled Nigeria in the 1960s and 1980s were between 30 and 40 years old.
The minister argued that most of these personalities remained on the scene.
Source: – Punch Ng