Wikipedia lists killing of protesters among Nigerian Army’s Crimes

Wikipedia has recorded “killing of peaceful protesters at Lekki Tollgate, Lagos” among commitment by the Nigerian Army.

A visit to the Wikipedia page of the Nigerian Army on Wednesday affirmed this turn of events.

There were nine different commitment credited to the Nigerian Army, to be specific Boko Haram rebellion, intrusion of The Gambia, Northern Mali war, and Nigeria-Cameroon fringe strife.

Others are Nigerian Civil War, Congo Crisis, First Liberian Civil War, among others.

Around fourteen days into the #EndSARS protests, the Nigerian Army apparently sent troopers to the Lekki Tollgate, a focal point of the fights, on Tuesday.

Onlookers said fighters terminated live ammo at unarmed nonconformists around 7pm after lights at the tollbooth were turned off and CCTV cameras eliminated by certain people.

The Nigerian Army has denied association in the killings, notwithstanding a few bits of video proof.

In any case, the state lead representative, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, in a live transmission on Wednesday morning, said the military conveyed troops to the dissent ground – subsequent to reporting a check in time that was to begin at 9pm.

Sanwo-Olu lamented the killings however noticed that as a lead representative, the control of military powers was not under his domain.

Nonetheless, he said he was at present drawing in the initiative of the Nigerian Army on the turn of events.

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