Lekki massacre: no causal link at Lekki toll collection point – Lagos Governor Babajide Sanvo Olu

Posted by on Oct 21, 2020, Under: News

Lekki massacre: no causal link at Lekki toll collection point – Lagos Governor Babajide Sanvo Olu

Despite video evidence, Lagos Governor Babajide Sanwo Olu said that the Nigerian army attacked unarmed protesters at the Lecchi toll station last night with no casualties.

In Nigeria, protests have been going on for more than two weeks now, with citizens worrying over the demolition of the Anti-Robbery Task Force over flagrant violations of their human rights.

However, the situation took a painful turn on Tuesday night in Lecchi, Lagos State, when helpless protesters were killed by soldiers in an alleged order from the Lagos State government to security forces to crack down on those defending the restriction. hastily installs.

As a result of the shooting, several people were killed and many were injured.

Security personnel stormed the protest site after the Lagos government announced a 24-hour curfew and opened fire with intent to kill scores of people.

As many used social media to share live video clips of the tragic accident, many people could be seen with injuries of varying severity. It was not possible to establish the extent of the damage.

The Nigerian military has issued a denial of involvement in the attacks, despite live video evidence, and now Lagos Governor Babajide Sanwo Olu has said no deaths have been recorded.

He announced this live on TV channels.

His statements have shocked many Nigerians as they deplore the deception by the Nigerian government.


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