Lagos Endsars Panel Has Given Two Victims That Was Injured By The Police A Sum Of 20 Million Naira.
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Lagos Endsars Panel Has Given Two Victims That Was Injure By The Police A Sum Of 20 Million Naira.
Recently the Lagos Endsars Panel has given 20 Million naira to two victim that were injure and beaten by the police.
Recall that Nigerians were protesting for end of SARS and police brutality. Because the police and the SARS were injuring and beating innocent people for no good reason. And one night at the Lekki tollgate, some protesters were shot died as there were protesting.
According to sahara reporters, two victim that were beaten by the police were given a sum of 20 Million naira by the Lagos Endsars Panel.
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