The Nigerian youths have set to shutdown Lekki Toll Gate on Wednesday, 20th of October, as they will be embarking on mega rally in commemoration of those who lost their lives during the #EndSARS protest that took place on 20th of October, 2020.
According to P.M News, the youths have confirmed that the Lekki Toll Gate I. Lagos State will be shut down on Wednesday for the memorial procession.
The #EndSars memorial car procession will be held at the Toll Gate from 8am on Wednesday. The notifier, shared by Nigerian singer, Falz, indicated that the procession is in memory of lives lost on the 20th of October, 2020.
" We should all endeavor to stay in our vehicles all through the procession and also in groups. for safety reasons. Please, be sure to arrive on time so we can proceed in unity together, the notifier stated.
Falz also noted on his Instagram page that nothing would stop the procession.
" It is impossible for us not to memorize our fallen heroes." Said Falz.
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