#Endsarsmemorial: FG Slams CNN, Amnesty On Lekki Tollgate Stance

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 815 total views The Federal Government has slammed CNN and global human rights group, Amnesty International, saying they “have continued to shamelessly hold on to their unproven stand” concerning the incident that happened at the Lekki tollgate in Lagos on October 20, 2020. The tollgate was the epicentre of the #EndSARS protests of last year. Youths who had gathered at the location in protest against police brutality and bad governance were dispersed by gun-wielding soldiers on October 20, 2020. The action by the soldiers is believed by some quarters to have…

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#Endsarsmemorial: Stop Arresting Protesters, Amnesty Slams Lagos Police

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 937 total views,  2 views today Amnesty International has called on the Lagos Police Command to desist from arresting protesters at the Lekki toll gate plaza where a memorial protest is ongoing. On their Twitter page Wednesday, Amnesty wrote, “Lagos: stop arresting protesters. Lagos: stop arresting protesters. Lagos: stop arresting protesters. Lagos: stop arresting protesters. Lagos: stop arresting protesters.” The protesters came out in a car procession to the Lekki toll gate to commemorate the alleged killings of Nigerians on the same day last year. However, men of the Nigerian Police have…

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#Endsars: ‘We Were Shot, SARS Still Working’, Lagos Protesters Insist

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 795 total views,  4 views today There was a large turnout of protesters at the Lekki tollgate on Wednesday leading to gridlock in the area. The protesters insisted that some of them were shot at the Lekki tollgate on October 20, 2020. One of the protesters, who showed scars from the injuries that he secured claimed that he saw three young people being shot. But the Federal Government had denied that soldiers neither shot nor killed protesters. However, the protester showed our correspondents covering the events some images on his phone. The…

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Youths In Adamawa Demand Immediate Arrest Of Endsars Killers

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 517 total views Youths in Adamawa State have staged a demonstration in Yola the state capital to demand the immediate arrest and prosecution of Endsars killers. They made the demand while commemorating the Endsars first anniversary of the Lekki Toll Gate killings in Lagos State on the 20th of October 2020. With the theme, “We Will Never Forget,” the coordinator of the demonstration, Sudan Gompwel said, Nigerians were killed at the toll gate, not because they were against the nation, but because Nigerian leaders have greedy ambition. They frowned at the…

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