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FULL LIST: Nine dead, four missing… Lagos #EndSARS panel lists 48 victims of Lekki shooting

FULL LIST: Nine dead, four missing… Lagos #EndSARS panel lists 48 victims of Lekki shooting
November 15
23:47 2021

The judicial panel set up by the Lagos government to probe cases of police brutality — including the Lekki shooting — says nine #EndSARS protesters were killed.

The panel, in its 309-page report seen by TheCable, listed 48 names as casualties of the October 20, 2020 Lekki tollgate shooting.

Out of the 48 casualties listed by the panel, 47 victims are males while one is female.

The panel also said the killing of unarmed protesters at the tollgate could be described in the context of a “massacre”.


“It was alleged and corroborated that the soldiers had their vans parked at the Lekki Toll Gate and removed as many bodies and corpses of the fallen,” the report reads.

“One of the protesters who was shot and taken for dead, Olalekan Sanusi, who eventually escaped to narrate his ordeal and experience stated that 11 corpses were in the van where he was placed in and presumed dead.

“Miss Dabira Ayuku also corroborated the above by stating that she saw about 7 dead bodies placed in one of the military trucks at the Lekki Toll Gate on the night of 20th October, 2020.


“It was alleged and corroborated that soldiers picked bullet shells on the night of October 20 and policemen followed up in the morning of October 21 to pick bullet shells.

“Several unidentified bodies were removed by security agencies and LASEHMU (Lagos State Environmental Health Monitoring Unit) and deposited at various hospital mortuaries in Lagos state.

“Three (3) trucks with brushes underneath were brought to the Lekki Toll Gate in the morning of October 21st October, 2020 to clean up the scene of bloodstains and other evidence.

“There was abundant evidence before the panel that the Lagos State Waste Management Authority (LAWMA) indicated in its Twitter handle that it had effectively cleaned up the Lekki Toll Gate scene immediately after the incident of October 20, 2020.


“The denial of ambulances by the soldiers, which could have assisted in the prompt and effective treatment of injured protesters, was cruel and inhuman and it contributed immensely to the large number of deaths and casualties on the part of the protesters, especially those from the Lekki Toll Gate.

“The panel finds the cases of death or injured protesters as credible and







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1 Comment

  1. Truth
    Truth November 16, 19:21

    This is a very refreshing report to hear. It has revived my confidence in human efforts to make the world a better place. I salute those that did live videos, I greet you DJ Switch,Mr Macoroni the great one. I salute you Falz the baddest. I will forever believe in the project call Nigeria. The wonderful female Coalition has proven that we can do better than those who are determined to confined us to the pit of hell.

    I greet Jack of Twitter for standing with humanity when darkness crept up. May the world never forget the fallen heroes.

    Long live humanity, long live Nigeria.

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