Again, President Buhari won’t admit that the #LekkiMassacre of #EndSARS peaceful protesters by Nigerian troops was ordered by him.
“In 1976, school children in Soweto, South Africa began protesting about one aspect of the systemic oppression of the Apartheid regime,” Uju Okorie writes in Opinion.
“I am haunted every night by their voices. I am haunted every 5 minutes that I catch a sober moment. And those voices tell me, I can never stop believing in the possibility of the Nigeria that they dreamed of, the Nigeria that they asked for, the Nigeria that some of them died for,” Itodo Samuel Anthony writes in Opinions.
“Those who hired thugs (especially in Abuja) to disrupt the protest are responsible for this widespread fire of criminality,” Sam Amadi writes in Opinions.
The PDP said it has put all its political and electioneering activities on hold as a further mark of honour of the victims of #LekkiMassacre as well as other killings that have occurred in various parts of Nigeria over the unfortunate fall-out of the #EndSARS peaceful protest.
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The PDP has described the long-awaited address by President Buhari on the protests rocking Nigeria as disappointing and completely disconnected from the realities of the tragic occurrences in the country in the last two weeks.
President Buhari has continued to maintain loud silence over the infamous Lekki Tollgate Massacre of unarmed #EndSARS protesters, even during his belated national broadcast.
PDP Chairman Uche Secondus has spoken on the October 20, 2020 Lekki Tollgate Massacre perpetrated by Nigerian troops said to be acting on the orders of President Buhari.
The Committee For The Defence Of Human Rights (CDHR) has described the Lekki Tollgate Massacre of unarmed #EndSARS protestors by Nigerian troops as a cowardly act by brutes and a crime against humanity.