Footage from Lekki toll gate massacre via Afrokonnect [ Viewers desecration is advised ].
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Nigerians would never forget the event that took place in Lagos, Nigeria on that date.
On a faithful Tuesday evening some peaceful Nigerians protesters were killed by the Nigerian army.
While the #Endsars protest was still ongoing the army opened fire on some protesters,
This was after the Surveillance cameras and Lights at the toll gate was cut off,
They came and removed all the CCTV and Security cameras in Lekki Toll gate so they could kill innocent and Unharmed Nigerian Youths!!! ????????
— DJ SWITCH (@DJ_Swiitch) October 21, 2020
Even though the Lagos state government and the Nigerian army have denied all allegations on them,
It’s still perceived as the works of the So called Nigerian leaders,
Below are some footage from theLekki toll gate massacre via Afrokonnect;
A clearer video of the massacre????????
This is how they murdered our brothers and sisters!!!
We will not let this slide!!
We are angry!!!
— Favour Patrick???????? (@thefavourpatrik) October 20, 2020
LAGOS, Nigeria—Several people were killed as Nigerian soldiers opened fire at a key protest site in Lagos, witnesses said, as the government sought to end two weeks of marches against police brutality that have mushroomed into broader nationwide demonstrations #EndSARS pic.twitter.com/0WWwaTPquZ
— Lekki Toll Gate Massacre (@LekkiToll) October 21, 2020
This protest was so peaceful at Lekki toll gate on Monday night – this was the scene.
— Watez (@watezGH) October 21, 2020
Footage posted on social media shows several hundred people demonstrating, in defiance of a curfew imposed hours earlier by authorities.
Nigeria’s security forces have reportedly shot dead demonstrators protesting against police brutality in Lagos,
according to several witnesses, as authorities imposed a curfew and promised an investigation.
Four witnesses told Reuters news agency that soldiers fired at the protesters who had gathered in the Lekki district of Nigeria’s largest city in defiance of an indefinite curfew imposed hours earlier by the authorities.
Hundreds of people were at the site at the time of the shooting, which witnesses said took place around 7pm local time (18:00 GMT).
Lekki toll gate massacre 20-10-2020
— President Laycon (@tomisin_ms) October 20, 2020
— #EndSARS (@thechefchii) October 20, 2020
The evidences Of October 20, 2020 Massacre at Lekki Toll Gate, Lagos State Nigeria and becoming so overwhelming right now.
— ICON Of Lagos????#EndSARS (@iconoflagos) October 21, 2020
“They started firing ammunition toward the crowd. They were firing into the crowd,” said Alfred Ononugbo, 55, a security officer. “I saw the bullet hit one or two persons,” he said.
Inyene Akpan, 26, a photographer, said more than 20 soldiers arrived at the toll gate in Lekki and opened fire.
Akinbosola Ogunsanya, a third witness, also told Reuters he saw soldiers remove bodies.
During the attack Nigerian Dj popularly known as “Dj Switch” was able to gather some clips,
You can watch them below;
Nigeria is a failed state! The duty of the government is to PROTECT LIVES and property. What happened at Lekki toll gate today was a massacre #EndSARS #EndPoliceBrutalityinNigeraNOW pic.twitter.com/1KEM7fVhoQ
— Grace-Mary Oisamoje (@Geemayree) October 20, 2020
Reports say Nigeria’s Army is killing survivors at lagos hospitals, nurses and doctors are jumping fences. Can someone on the ground verify this? We don’t trust the media. Many other horrific videos circulating – can’t share. #EndSARS pic.twitter.com/pcNUEwDVcz
— Imam of Peace???? (@Imamofpeace) October 21, 2020
Nigerian Celebrities have also condemned the attacks and urged protesters to stay safe;
Say no to Police Brutality in Nigeria;
The fact that all this is happening on the same month Nigeria gained Independence 60 years ago, hits different.
— REMA (@heisrema) October 21, 2020
Nigerian government shooting at unarmed civilians!! ???? https://t.co/dZK3Wd5ZQ5
— Wizkid (@wizkidayo) October 21, 2020
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