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Thursday, October 22, 2020

Seyi Tinubu’s Firm Explains Why The Billboard Lights Were Switched Off At The Tollgate On The Day Lekki Genocide Occurred.


The management of Loatsad Promomedia Limited 
owned by Seyi Tinubu (one of the sons of Bola Tinubu, the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC)...)has claimed it turned off the billboard at the Lekki toll gate, in obedience to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s curfew order.







There has been outrage over the decision to disable CCTV cameras and turn off the billboard, shortly before End SARS protesters were attacked at the Lekki toll gate but Loatsad Promomedia, in a statement posted on its Instagram handle, insisted it had no ulterior motive for the action.

It read: “When the ‘EndSars and ‘say no to police brutality’ protests started from day one, we wholly supported the movement and used all our platforms to promote the messages (I believe the promoters can verify this information) as we believed in the cause.


“On Tuesday, when the curfew was announced we heeded the governor’s warnings and didn’t want our staff in any danger, hence by 3pm our staff had been ordered to leave the site and the board was switched off based on the governor’s curfew request.

“We had no idea what was going to happen and we feel the same anguish, pain and shock at the events that unfolded and our hearts and prayers go out to the victims and families of this ungodly act.”




Hmmmmmmmm,In other words the Governor gave the Order?I have read this two times and that is what is implied.

70 comments:

  1. All lies from the pit of hell.

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    1. Time up for Tinubu ‘s political relevance for life. Even his son that they’re allegedly positioning to take over from Sanwolu, his wife’s permanent seat in National assemble , his “Iya Oja” daughter , nieces & nephews that took positions of other people, should call it a day. D North has used & dumped him, he’s totally on his own. Saw a video where Tinubu was being booed at d Airport in France , yesterday. They got d news that he was coming & went to block him, no hiding place for a wicked man. He thought that France would be calm & unnoticed for him , & ran there. So sad, he would live a frightening existence for d rest of his life. Something we thought he started in honesty as a Nadeco member , in d 90s, turned out to be all deceitful & gluttonous. I wonder if he can ever be a free man again , bcoz kids of anger are ready to humiliate him anywhere. Sey I better be careful b4 d sins of his father will become catastrophic for him. Sanwolu was actually acting on instructions , but messed it up by dying there was no casualties.

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    2. ...denying...

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  2. Trash! On a normal day,if workers are going home,is the board always switched off? Why was it switched off on that particular day? Answer Oga. So once there is curfew in town boars are switched off?

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    1. That’s the point exactly.

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    2. Help me to ask him why that day

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    3. i find this very hard to believe, cos i saw pictures of CCTV been removed from site, was that also the governors order? sorosoke!!!

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    4. Is this the first time there will be curfew in lagos state? What about the curfew that held during covid lock down?
      Abeg find another excuse Seyi.

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  3. He did not imply anything . His staff like every other staff in a company in Lagos had to leave because of curfew .

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    1. 9:07 KEEP QUIET❗
      So, the staff had to switch off the light because of curfew❓❗
      Is this the first curfew in Lagos❓❓
      Did they switch of lights on other Billboards in the whole State❓❓❓
      WHY AT LEKKI TOLL GATE AND JUST BEFORE THE SHOOTING❓❗❗❗πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”

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    2. Do they switch it off daily when they close from work? During the covid 19 one month lockdown, did they switch it off? That's the question you should be asking, not taking it whatever shit this people tell you. Their actions was purely orchestrated to kill people.

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    3. What is your point exactly, Biko kowashiet because I’m not understanding you view, sir/ma!

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    4. Was is switched off throughout covid 19 lockdown.
      You shouldn't have even said anything. So this is what naijas money has bn used for. You don't even appear to be intelligent. Shame

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  4. During the covid-19 lockdown,did the light go off???
    How does a curfew affect a billboard? Do you need anyone standby to monitor it???

    Seyi,you are an accomplice! Say the truth you bastard!!!

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    1. These are my thoughts too. The billboard was not switched off during the covid19 curfew.

      Other billboards in Lagos were not switched off,so why this particular one?

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    2. @Nkay, exactly what i thought, atleast i could remember curfew during the spike of covid-19, why were billboards not switched off, maybe he later say they wanted to refill their gas tank... arrant nonsense.

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    3. We have the right to demand for the cctv coverage.

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    4. Blood sucking demons πŸ™„πŸ˜‘

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    5. I just feel like giving the person who spewed these lies a huge blow, targeted at his mouth to remove at least two teeth. Do they even think we are fools?

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  5. Governor said he did not order them to put off the light. LCC said they did not order anyone to remove the CCTV as well. Who the did?

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    1. They probably switched off the light in hope that the protesters will disperse and obey the curfew.

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    2. bubble wetin be your name.If you don't want hot curses this afternoon you better shut up.

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    3. Blue bubble,was it their place to make the protesters go home? They just tell lies and ppl like you swallow it and even make excuses for them.Thats why they can tell you a snake swallowed jamb funds or whatever.That js why nigeria is the way it is.No accountability.

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  6. Evil government all of you are guilty for killing Nigerians

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    1. God bless you Samurai! How very convenient, they must think we are babies πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„
      Lies from the pit of hell! all of una go get una reward!

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  8. Of course Seyi will say it's Sanwo Olu that gave the orders, when we all know SO was only following orders from Tinubu, the man that thinks he owns Lagos State.

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    1. #EndSWAT #Endpolicebrutality Phoenix22 October 2020 at 11:10

      Reason being that he is a weakling. Ambode warn us but we laffed at him

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    2. Their end is near, it's a matter of time.

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    3. He doesn't just own Lagos state,he owns Nigeria.Sanwo is his houseboy.

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  9. How does putting off the lights affects the curfew?? You feel anguish? Lies from the pit of hell..all of you will die a painful death,evil men

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    1. You dey mind them. Like they are talking to some kindergarten kids.

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  10. Of course who else will come into a state you govern and massacre your people without your knowledge? I can't even imagine this happening in river's state... mtcheew

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  11. Can only happen in a country that does not have value for life. Shame on them.

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    1. Governed by an aboki who values the life of a cow than a human life!



      BITCHandSLUT.com

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  12. In other word, na una hand work. We are watching,the world is watching. So far there is a God seated in the heavenly place, just like Abel blood cries, the blood of everyone this system has killed is on you and judgment will surely prevail.

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  13. Both the 'orderer' and the 'ordee' are all crazy and will die a very painful death

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  14. In other news Tinubu' s family own Lagos. Now they'd be shifting blames what I know is the governor is aware, the president is aware. Simple! These people need to be stoned in broad daylight. If Nigerians or Lagosians ever allow Tinubu rule again the we are not serious. How can one man be sitting on a whole state of elites' wealth and no one can question him. Na jazz

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    1. He started his polithiefician ways when lagos began its economy boom.He was among the elities and played the tune of the Americans and Europeans,joining forces with the corrupt northerners to claim major resources of Nigeria and let the whites exploit as much as they want,while giving him power and money in return.That man controls everything in Lagos and its environ.

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  15. What does the switching off of the billboard got to do with curfew? So cos there's a curfew everywhere should be dark? Again, what is the relation between removing CCTV and curfew? This is pure wickedness and premeditated murder.

    I doubt if Nyemson Wike would do this. Sanwo Olu, you won't have peace in this life.

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  16. Words fail me right now,i pray the souls of the lives that was cut short rise and avenge their death on y'all.

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  17. When did they start switching off billboard lights for curfew???? Does curfew mean blackout? Or do these people think we are stupid.

    Shebi y'all have families or will have. Same fate you all condemned the lekki victims to is waiting for urs as well.

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    1. Don't mind him ( don't even know what to call him)... Because of curfew, you turned off the cameras and bill board...

      Liars....

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    2. And the light was later switched on that same night oooo. This people think we are kids.

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  18. Mr goffnor that light u asked them to put off,so will heaven put off ur light, of all d light in Lagos, it's that of tollgate that is ur problem. Ole

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  19. my question is why didnt they turn of the billboard during the covid19 curfew which was more serious? They only realise the have to obey government? Try harder, una no plan this lie well.

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  20. They just keep bringing lies upon lies,and they don't know how to lie the lies again, God will judge you seyi, you turn off lights cos of curfew, like really, did you just say that? We resemble mumu for your eye

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  21. SanwOlu, werey dey disguise dey go visit victims of his bad action

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  22. You guys should pull the other one please cos this explanation is just sick. Be rest assured that none of yous generation will go unscathed. Forever,your generations are condemned to damnation. No escaping. Ritualistic,wicked,psychotic bloodsuckers.

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  23. So really, Lagos belongs to the tinubus? Family business.
    Now listen everyone, those soldiers are not from the Nig Army, they are the imported hoodlums from Chad, Niger Rep.and Fulani herdsmen.

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    1. You mean they went to import mercenaries to kill innocent lives in Lagos under Sanwo olu watch??? Dammn this country is messed up

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    2. I honestly don’t care where they are from. The major thing is someone from the country gave the order. Someone in a high place. That’s the koko.

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    3. Sparkle stop saying what you are not sure of. They are Nigerian soldiers, even if they were not, someone gave them the order and soldiers follow orders

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  24. Jesus Have Mercy. All of you are all accomplice to this evil act of the killing of unarmed citizens of Nigeria. May God arise and fight for His children in Jesus Name. Amen.

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  25. This one that wants to buy his own private jet soon.
    Like father like son.
    Fucking thieves.

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  26. Without u telling us,we have knw where that shooting order came 4m,they wnt everywhere black out ,so that it can easy for them to kill..this matter must be bring to justice..heartless leaders .

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  27. These are all lies. The billboard lights were on,all through the previous curfew and lockdown. So why turn of the light, for what was supposed to be a 24hr lockdown???? It will never be well with you and your family.

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  28. Ndi asi ocha.y'all will meet your Waterloo.

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  29. Your father the de-facto governor of Lagos state gave the order. I am not holding brief for the puppet Governor Sanwolu,he said the circumstances were beyond his control on a life broadcast yesterday. You better not incur the wrath of the people. Evil money grabbing generation.

    Lovelace

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  30. See how they're trading blames!Ogbeni pocket your explanation jare,as if it will undo the havoc that has been done!

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  31. Seyi stop lying. How can you say you turned off the light to obey the governor's curfew order??? Do billboard lights go off for any reason other than it been faulty??? You are not talking to babies..

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  32. See lies from pit of hell.All of you will soon burn inside fire.God will judge you all.Remember one day,we will all leave this world.Tinubu and other bad politicians,you will all gnash your teeth and suffer in hell.We leave you to Almighty God.If only your can eyes can be opened and see what await you in spiritual realm.Old fool

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  33. Tinubu's company. Seyi is his proxy.

    Seyi answers to his father. He can't cough without his father's permission.

    I wonder what it feels like being a spawn of a devil incarnate. TUFIAKWA!

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