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#EndSARS: Before and during shooting of protesters at Lekki (video)
A surfaced footage has indicated situations before and during End SARS protesters were shot at Lekki.
The viral video disclosed how coordinated and calm the protesters were before being invaded by Nigerian soldiers.
They were told to remain calm, sit down and hold their flags just when the shooters on military uniform sporadically firing a live bullet.
Despite eyewitness accounts shared with media agents Nigeria military has debunked involved in the shooting.
In a tweet yesterday, the army responded to reports by Sahara Reporters described it as ‘fake News’
The Lagos State Governor, Sanwo-Olu had imposed a 24 hours curfew after violent activities were witnessed.
However, the demonstration calling for police reform and disarmament of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad has been peaceful amid attacks by hired thugs.
Nigerians have displayed displeasure including many Rights groups over the killing of protestors urged the president, Mohammadu Buhari, and his Vice, Yemi Osinbajo to resign.
The Lekki Concession Company’s workers had disconnected removed CCTV cameras from the tollgates towards Tuesday evening.
The area was in complete darkness following the switch-off of tollgates floodlights and display boards around 7 PM.
Adamant protesters continued to camp at the Lekki Tollgates, the epicenter of the #EndSARS campaign.