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Buhari ordered soldiers to shoot End SARS protesters – Deji Adeyanju alleges

Human rights activist, Deji Adeyanju, has linked the shooting in Lekki toll gate in Lagos State to President Muhammadu Buhari.

Adeyanju, who’s the convener of Involved Nigerian claimed that President Buhari ordered the shooting at Lekki toll gate.

Recall that gunmen believed to the soldiers had attacked End SARS protesters in Lekki toll gate.

Read more: #EndSARS: Killing Nigerian youths is wrong -Saraki

Following the outcry that greeted the assault, the Nigerian Military had denied involvement within the shooting.

Nevertheless, Adeyanju in a publish on his Facebook wrote: “Buhari ordered Military to kill PROTESTERS; he did the same to Shiites.

“To IPOB members, it was not a mistake. This is his regular trademark.

“A Govt that sponsored thugs to assault citizens for protesting is now wondering why the monsters are abruptly uncontrolled and looting shops. #EndSARS.”



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