#LekkiMassacre: Pres. Buhari break silence says killed protesters will get justice

COVID-19: FG contemplates lockdown in Lagos, Abuja, others

Almost a week after, President Muhammadu Buhari has broken his silence on the shooting of ENDSARS protesters in Lekki, Lagos by suspected security operatives.

He vowed to ensure justice for “peaceful protesters who lost their lives.”

The President, in a statement by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and

Publicity, Garba Shehu, explained he decided not to talk on the

shooting incident until he had access to all the facts.

He also promised property owners and business owners affected by the arson

across the nation would get justice.

Buhari, according to the statement, said:

“As the Judicial panel of inquiry set up by the Lagos State Government, one of the

READ ALSO
Photos of Davido with His New Girlfriend, Chioma At A Club

more dozen states to do so, starts sitting on Monday, President Muhammadu Buhari

has expressed his full support and optimism that it will assist the nation to

give justice to peaceful protesters who lost their lives, security men who were

murdered and property owners whose assets were vandalized and looted.

“President Buhari reiterated his appeal for calm, brotherhood and communal

harmony, telling Nigerians not to turn on each other in hate as according to him,

peace, brotherhood, and inter-communal harmony are central to the nation’s ethos.

“He said it is important that the police and other security agencies move everywhere

to restore calm and normalcy as quickly as possible.”

READ ALSO
Caroline Wozniacki injured and Retires from Strasbourg, while Caroline Garcia Advances

The President admonished families to reject items looted and brought home by their children.

He stated:

“Families must turn back children who bring home unaccounted goods, in the

same way wives must ask their husbands to return looted items brought home.

“What is more, is that criminal actions as we have so far witnessed can weaken

and erode the confidence of our people and that of foreign businesses

in investing in the economy.

“These incidents do not reflect well on any society.

They are wrong and condemnable and should not be supported by reasonable members of the society.”

 



Stay Connected , follow us on: Facebook: @creebhillsdotcom, Twitter: @creebhillsblog, Instagram: @creebhills, Pinterest: @creebhills Telegram: creebhills

To place an advert/sponsored post on our site, contact us via [email protected], [email protected]
Previous articleEndSars: Davido reveals the kind of Nigeria youths wants from the Government
Next articleYou’ve changed my life – Craze Clown pens heartfelt message to celebrate wife’s birthday
Moses is a young and innovative Pro Blogger, Writer, Content Creator.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here