“We Have The Right To Protest” – Actor Ramsey Nouah
Youths Set Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s Mother’s House In Surulere On Fire
The peaceful protests against police brutality in Nigeria took an even more dramatic turn yesterday, October 20, as protestors were shot at by uniformed men.
Several photos and videos have emerged showing protestors drenched in blood alongside the Nigeria flag. In fact, there are unconfirmed reports that at least ten people were killed and several others in critical condition.
While reacting to the attack on the #endSARS protestors, Ramsey Nouah stated in an Instagram post that Nigerians have every right to protest peacefully in the country. The thespian wrote:
“Enough is Enough!…why take lives of innocent youths??? we have the right to protest. We have the right to ask for our fundamental human right.
Nigerian youth lives matter!
Slide through below.
In other news, the youths have set the Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s mother’s house in Surulere on fire. The Governor had claimed that no nobody was killed during the shooting by soldiers at Lekki Toll Gate on Tuesday night.
After Governor @jidesanwoolu said the “soldiers shot in the air to disperse the peaceful protesters.” And thar their’s no fatalities
Lagos youths set Governor’s Mother’s House on FIRE!! #PRAYFORNIGERIA#EndSARS #Lekkitollgate #LekkiGenocide #EndPoliceBrutalityinNigeraNOW pic.twitter.com/QaOvSHwXdk
— Nwachukwu John Owen (@johnowen99) October 21, 2020
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