Lagos Govt Contradicts Killing Of Nine People At Tollgate In White Paper On #EndSARS Report

Lagos Govt Contradicts Killing Of Nine People At Tollgate In White Paper On #EndSARS Report

The Lagos State government in its white paper yesterday dismissed the stance of a panel of inquiry on police brutality set up saying that soldiers killed nine people at Lekki tollgate on October 20 last year during the EndSARS protest. Information Guide Nigeria

Recall that judicial panel of inquiry was set up by the state government to investigate police brutality in the state, as well as the Lekki tollgate incident, and it was reported that at least nine people were killed at the tollgate by soldiers and police officers, in what it described as a massacre, while several others sustained varying degrees of injury.

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The judicial panel had established that Nigerian soldiers “provocatively and unjustifiably” shot live bullets and killed several #EndSARS protesters at the Lekki Tollgate.jamb results

In what the panel called a “massacre,” it said at least 46 unarmed protesters were either shot dead, injured with bullets, or assaulted by security forces at the Lekki toll gate on October 20, last year.

However, the state governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, in the white paper, rejected the panel’s recommendation arguing that there is no evidence that nine people died during the protest.

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