Stella Dimoko Lekki Tollgate EndSARS Victims Storm Lagos Judicial Panel And Tell Shocking Stories Of How Bullets Hit People


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Friday, December 04, 2020

Lekki Tollgate EndSARS Victims Storm Lagos Judicial Panel And Tell Shocking Stories Of How Bullets Hit People

 Some of the victims of the EndSARS Lekki tollgate shooting have come out to share their awful experiences and how they survived the horrifying incident.

According to Naija news,some of the victims had appeared before the Lagos state government judicial panel on Friday, December 4. During an interview with newsmen earlier, the victims and some who were represented by their relatives revealed their ordeals.

On his part, Edwin Augustine who revealed he still has a bullet in his body noted that he joined the protest on that fateful day and eventually got shot at by the military men who stormed the protest venue where the unarmed protesters were gathered.

“I was at the snooker board that night but I don’t know how to play snooker. I was standing with him while he was playing. I was like let me go and check my phone that was charging. The lights went off and we were like what is wrong?” Augustine noted.

He added, “The next thing I heard was shooting everywhere. The guy that was leading me to the charging point was shot at the side. I received my own on my thigh. Right now the bullet is still isnide of me. It has not yet been removed.

“The next day I woke up and saw myself at Ikeja General Hospital. The bullet in me is giving me discomfort and affecting my leg, making it swell everyday. Sometimes my leg gets stiff.

Lamenting on the Nigerian government and security operative’s denial on the incident, Augustine said: “Sometimes I wonder why the government is saying they didn’t shoot at us while I am still having the bullet in my body'”

Speaking on the horrible situation he met his son in the hospital following the massacre, one Mr Tunde Odeyemi said the boy couldn’t respond to him nor was he able to open his eyes.

He said: “I met him lying down, being treated by the corner of the hospital. He couldn’t talk to me, he couldn’t open his eyes. I was surprised to see him in that position.

“I had to try and see the doctor so he can be transferred to Ikeja. They wrote a letter that he should be transferred that night but they said there was no ambulance. It was the next day in the night that they brought us to the emergency ward in Ikeja. That very day, they asked us to go do an X-Ray of the brain. When the doctor studied it, he noticed that there was blood at the front and back of the brain and he said that is why he (the son) cannot say anything now and that when they start giving him drugs, the blood will vanish.”

“It was about 5 days later that he started talking. He did not get himself well until when they discharged us from the hospital.”

Speaking on her brother who died during the incident, one Olufunmi Aiyedungbe told newsmen that her brother was shot in the head. She noted further that they were initially looking for her brother because he doesn’t live with them, adding that it was unfortunate they got informed via a Whatsapp message that he is at LASUTH and they have been expecting his relatives.

She said: ”I am speaking on behalf of my brother Aiyedungbe Gabriel Ayoola. He was shot in the head. We were actually looking for him because he doesn’t stay with us so it was like two days before he passed on that somebody sent this(a message) to me on WhatsApp. They wrote it there that he is at LASUTH and that they are looking for his family. So we went to LASUTH,

“They said he was unconscious for like two weeks. By the time we got there, he had opened his eyes and he was moving his hands but he couldn’t talk. They were feeding him through his nose. There was sore all over his body because they did not turn him for a long time. I think he did not get medical attention. That was what led to his death eventually”.


  1. Eesahhh do you need more proof? Since you've chosen to be a Dundee United. Omugo omo.
    I heard on news yesterday that the NPF is trying to put a stop to this state judicial hearing, the lawyer representing NPF claims there is no jurisdiction for each state to set up a hearing like that. Smh.

    1. Eesah will say it's fake news, i hope he can see this now

    2. Don't worry, Mr Nobody is coming to tell us it's fake news and that those people are arrangee.

  2. Liar Mohammed
    Sanwo Olu
    Police IG are still lying and fooling their families not me.

  3. Ooooh my dearest Lord 😢😢😢.

  4. The government is not denying that they did not shoot anybody. What they are denying is that they did not kill everybody. 🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄

    1. It’s like your brain is still in coma

      Didn’t you read the 11th paragraph of Olufunmi account of her brother that was shot in the brain and later died?
      Would he have been in the hospital if he wasn’t shot at in the first place not to talk of dying?

      Btw, the govt is saying nobody was shot at
      That they shot into the air
      And that they used rubber bullets even though they had real bullets with them

    2. Gun was still shot at peaceful protesters???

    3. It's like Black slimzy and co do not understand sarcasm? 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
      You guys need to understand APC govt. that was how they were chanting "chains, chains" and you
      all understood it as "change?"

    4. 🤣😂🤣😂😂@ Anonymous 18:10 mbok, no kill me.

      Its just pathetic. And they will keep denying no protester was shot at like we don't know this country.

  5. May all the lekki victims find justice. I pray the dead ones rest in peace

  6. Eesah and Lai Mohammed left this post

    1. I wonder and keep asking how the duo you just mentioned sleeps at night with such lies in their heart. I doubt if they have a living conscience.

    2. Eesah will go and dig out a story about a conspiracy that happened years ago
      Lai mohammed will tell us that the protesters has not been cleared by the Nigerian army

  7. Very heart breaking stories.

  8. Eesah, how market? Are you still in this country?

  9. All doubters over to you all
    Shey you asked why they haven’t come to the judicial panel?
    Now you have your names

  10. ,😥😥😥😥😥😥😥😥😥

  11. Almost 2 months later? Whatever happened to the cases filed at ICC?


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