A group of protesters has gathered at the Unity Fountain, Abuja to protest against the EndSARS protesters across the country. The pro-Buhari/anti-EndSARS protesters were spotted with banners denying the alleged massacre of unarmed protesters in Lagos on 20th October 2021.
Today marks the first anniversary of the alleged massacre of unarmed protesters at the Lekki Tollgate in Lagos State.
The conveners of the EndSARS memorial protest had earlier release dates and venues of the protest and invited youths to join the action.
According to the report, protesters were seen in their large numbers gathered at the Lekki Tollgate today for the protest. This is despite the warning by the Lagos State Police Command against any form of street protest within the state.
An eyewitness account revealed that the pro-Buhari protesters were conveyed to the venue by a coaster bys. The protesters were seen with placards stating that the Lekki shooting was a hoax and that nobody died at Lekki tollgate.
Source: BBC News Pidgin
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