Dead Bodies Litter Streets, Angry Mob Overpower Police, Seize Guns, Lekki Billboard Was Switched Off On Sanwoolu’s Order

End SARS: Dead bodies litter streets in Lagos

The Street of Jibowu in Lagos State has been littered with corpses as security operatives engage youths in the area in the ongoing crisis in Lagos State. What has been a peaceful protest in the state turned bloody on Tuesday night after soldiers from the Nigerian Army opened fire at unarmed protesters, killing some and leaving others with various degrees of injuries.

However, the violence escalated today, Wednesday 21, 2020 as the youths took to the streets destroying and setting properties ablaze. Several videos online have also shown armed men gunning down youths in the state.

A video obtained by DAILY POST shows corpses littered on the ground at Jibowu as mourners gathered around.

 

Angry mob overpower Police officers in Lekki seize their guns

Some Police officers on the Lekki-Epe expressway in Ajah area of Lagos, have been reportedly overpowered by an angry mob who seized their guns. An eyewitness disclosed that there’s been gunfire exchanges around Ajiwe Police Station since 8:47am. There are also report of death recorded in the attack.

Residents of the area have now expressed concern after the mob allegedly overpowered policemen and also reportedly took possession of their guns.

Here are videos below;

 

#EndSARS: “We switched off Lekki Billboard on Sanwoolu’s Order” – LoatsAD media

Loatsad Promomedia has issued a statement clearing up rumours that it played a role in the attack on #EndSARS protesters at Lekki Tollgate on Tuesday evening.

The media company owned by Seyi Tinubu, son of Popular Lagos politician/APC national leader, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, disclosed that they shut down their billboard at the Lekki Toll gate based on an curfew order put in place by the state governor, Baba-jide Sanwoolu.

 

Source: Politics Nigeria

 

Pray For the Families of The Dead in #EndSARS Protests Around Nigeria

The #EndSARS protest in Nigeria has taken a dark turn towards chaos. According to the latest BBC report, it was confirmed that 12 people died in the protests and many innocent people were injured.

We express our sympathy to the families of the dead and encourage everyone out there to stay safe as more reports emerge to help the world understand the details of the gruesome…MORE

 

Ex-US President, Bill Clinton sends message to Nigerian Government over Lekki Shooting

A Former President of the United States of America, Bill Clinton has reacted to the recent shooting of unarmed #EndSARS protesters by Security agents on Tuesday evening.

Clinton, in a statement via social media, called on the Nigerian Government to dialogue with the protesters expressing deep concerns over reports of violence in lagos.

“I am deeply concerned over reports of violence in Lagos and urge the Nigerian government to engage in peaceful dialogue with the #EndSARS protestors for police reform and an end to corruption.” he tweeted.

 

Source: Politics Nigeria

 

IGP withdraws policemen attached to VIPs

The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has ordered the withdrawal of all police officers attached to all VIPs across the nation with immediate effect, DAILY POST reports.

However, Adamu said those attached to government houses, the Senate President and the Speaker House of Representatives, should not be withdrawn.

This was contained in a police wireless message sighted by DAILY POST on Wednesday, as addressed to all state Commissioners of Police

 

Source: Daily Post

 

Covid-hit Shakhtar earn famous win over Real Madrid

Thirteen-time European Cup winners Real Madrid were handed a humiliating defeat as a shambolic first-half performance was clinically punished by a second-string Shakhtar Donetsk side.

The Ukrainian champions arrived in Madrid without 13 first-team players after 19 positive Covid-19 tests throughout the club left them needing to call up youth-team players. But Luis Castro’s young side were undaunted and swept into an amazing, but thoroughly warranted, 3-0 lead at Real’s empty Alfredo di Stefano training ground.

Goals from Luka Modric and Vinicius Junior after the break gave Real hope, but there was no escape for the competition’s most decorated side despite a dramatic finale. Federico Valverde thought he had hit a stoppage-time leveller but after a check at the pitchside monitor referee Srdjan Jovanovic disallowed the goal for offside.

 

Sourec: BBC Sports