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Lekki Shooting:Contradicting Speech Between Governor Sanwo Olu And The NIgeria Army

Lekki Shooting : Contradicting Speech Between Governor Sanwo Olu And The NIgeria Army

Contradicting Speech Between Babajide Sanwo Olu and Nigerian army since the lekki shooting incident.

Recall that on 20-10-2020 , a day Nigerians will never forgot as then Endsars Protest was turned bloody.

Lekki Shooting : Contradicting Speech Between Governor Sanwo Olu And The NIgeria Army

Lekki Shooting : Contradicting Speech Between Governor Sanwo Olu And The NIgeria Army

However since the incident, which the Government has denied involvement , there have been some contradicting speech made by Sanwo Olu And the NIgeria Army which includes :-

*Nigerian Army* – We were not at the Lekki toll gate.

*Babajide Sanwo-Olu* – “Forces beyond our direct control” shot at protesters at the Lekki toll gate.

*Babajide Sanwo-Olu* The CCTV cameras were not shut down, the recordings will be available

*Lekki Concession Company* The CCTV did not capture #Lekkishooting

*Nigerian Army* – We were there, but we didn’t shoot at protesters.

*Babajide Sanwo-Olu* – #EndSARS protesters were shot at but only got injured, no casualties.

*Nigerian Army* – The Governor invited us to the Lekki toll gate.

*Babajide Sanwo Olu* – I don’t have the power to order soldiers.

*Nigerian Army* – We shot only blank bullets nobody died.

*Babajide Sanwo Olu* – Two (2) people were killed at Lekki toll gate.

*Abubakar Malami SAN (AGF)* – Hoodlums wearing army uniforms shot protesters at Lekki toll gate not the Nigerian Army.

*Nigerian Army* Nigerian Army trainees shot at #EndSARS protesters to disperse them

*Nigerian Army* – We are highly disappointed in Sanwo-Olu for being a coward and saying he didn’t invite us to Lekki and also saying Two (2) people died.

*Babajide Sanwo-Olu* I only made a request for troops the Commander in Chief Muhammadu Buhari deployed the soldiers to Lekki toll gate.

However With this inconsistency between the governor and the Nigeria army , Nigerians has questioned the ongoing debate regarding social media regulation.

The Nigerian Senate are pushing for a bill to be passed in the house which we see the government regulates all social media platforms in the country.

 

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