The United Nations has asked Nigeria to probe on #EndSars protesters and bring perpetrators to book. Also the righteous group amnesty international are much more worried about the increasing violence in the country.
The speaker of House of representatives, Nigeria has taken to Twitter to express his displeasure about the massacre that happened. Last night at the lekki’s Toll gate and has urge for a swift and thorough investigation.
In respect 9f the horrific incident that occurred at lekki’s toll gate over night , the Lagos State governor has given an order that all Lagos State activities are to be suspended for the next three days and the Nigerian flag to have brought down within those days as a sign of respect to all the injured protesters and those who have died since the beginning of the #Endsars protest.
The Nigerian Army has taken to it’s Twitter page to deny allegations of killing #Endsars protesters at lekki’s Toll gate. Despite the video evidence circulating on social media.
In her recent tweet she stated: I’m calling on @mbuhari and the @hqnigerianarmy to stop killing young #EndSARS protesters. #StopNigeriaGovernment
Few hours back before 4pm some men had come to lekki’s Toll gate to uninstall the cameras, later in the evening, all lights went off at lekki’s Toll gate and few minutes after that An unknown vehicle came close to where the protesters are and open fried on all civilians.
Despite the Lagos State government stern warning about 4pm curfew, #Endsars protest are very much not going to back down. Pictures of what lekki toll gate looks like as at 6pm today
In the early hours of the this evening, long. Vehicles where seen transporting brand new armored tanks into Lagos, this might be in preparation for tomorrow. When the curfew fully begins.
BREAKING: Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila (@femigbaja), has announced he won’t sign off on a 2021 budget that does not include adequate compensation for those who have suffered Police brutality in the past 10 years. The Speaker will also not sign off on a budget that doesn’t meet “the reasonable demands of ASUU” already agreed to by the government. Source: @pulsenigeria247 (Twitter)