"What about those that lost their lives" Reno Omokri fires back at Lagos State Government
By Yourfavoriteparrot | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 1328 views
Human Rights activist, and former aid to the former President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, Reno Omokri has fired back at the Lagos state government for trying to reopen the Lekki Tollgate after months of shutting down, due to the protest that happened last year October, and some people claimed that there was a loss of lives at the scene.
Reno Omokri has reacted angrily at the proposal of the Lagos state government to reopen the Lekki Tollgate, he said the government is only concerned about the money they are losing and not the lives that were lost at the scene. He made it known that he’s in support of the Occupy Lekki Tollgate campaign, and he won’t stop until all the perpetrators are brought to book.
He made it known that the Lagos state government should try and fight for those who lost their lives during the protest before thinking about reopening the Lekki Tollgate because what’s the essence of opening a tollgate when the evildoers are still roaming around.
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