A group of pro-Buhari protesters have said that nobody was killed at Lekki tollgate, during EndSARS protest. The group which gathered at the Unity Fountain, in Abuja, insisted that nobody was killed at Lekki, in Lagos state.
Despite the EndSARS memorial protest, that is going on in some places in the country, the pro-Buhari protesters, said that the Lekki shooting was a hoax. They said that the EndSARS protest was organised and sponsored, for foreign interests.
The leader of the protesters was heard saying that they have found out that some miscreants hiding behind EndSARS, have planned to come out to hold EndSARS memorial protest. He said that they are out to set the records straight, that no body was killed, and if anybody was killed, let evidence be provided.
He said; “We are here to put the lies to rest. There was no massacre anywhere in Nigeria. If there was, let an incontrovertible evidence be produced, we are here to stop those that want to destabilise our country
We will resist them and fight them, because we are patriots that believe in the Nigerian project. We will not allow elements sponsored by foreign interests”.
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