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Politics / Re: #endsars: One Year After, No Evidence Of Lekki Massacre. by NGpatriot: 7:33am On Oct 21

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLCOecBdhUU


Bereaved mother of an #EndSARS protesters who was killed by security operatives at Lekki toll gate


Others are Anthony Chechukwu alleged to have been shot by soldiers at the Lekki tollgate has been confirmed to have died in a motorcycle accident and Lucia Adu who was claimed to have died at the Lekki Toll Gate was confirmed to have been killed in an accident involving a stationary truck on 20th October 2020.


https://www.premiumtimesng.com/news/top-news/469386-lagos-endsars-panel-majority-of-lekki-toll-gate-victims-had-fractures-machete-wounds-minor-injuries-official.html



See how another fake and lying mother all the way in London lied and staged fake news with her ipob collaborators that her son died at the toll gate, but the young man was not her son and he actually died in a motorcycle accident far far away from the toll gate.

This CNN fake news mother is not the first fake and lying mother and she won't be the last as long as they have fake new peddlers like CNN fabricating fake stories and parading fake mothers.


Very disgusting people..

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Politics / Re: #endsars: One Year After, No Evidence Of Lekki Massacre. by NGpatriot: 7:32am On Oct 21
dawnomike:
I keep sealed lips online for a reason. Come to Lagos Island and I will direct u to pay a visit to some families. #Peace


That's what liars say, you just want us to swallow your own version of lies, it's the same deceptive games, it's the reason why 1 year later all we have is the same lies and deception.
Politics / Re: #endsars: One Year After, No Evidence Of Lekki Massacre. by NGpatriot: 7:29am On Oct 21
Akwamkpuruamu:


Are you afraid? Don't you know how to go before karma? Wetin de scare you? Is it hard to say AMEN



Afraid kini? When was the last time evil and evil people like you prevailed? Look at your burning ipob towns and villages burning with blood flowing everywhere, that's Karma and back to sender for you.


Evil losers..
Politics / Re: #endsars: One Year After, No Evidence Of Lekki Massacre. by NGpatriot: 7:28am On Oct 21
luvinhubby:
https://www.thecable.ng/portraits-of-blood-ii-names-photos-videos-how-lekki-endsars-protesters-were-shot


Find the list of victims of Lekki massacre on the link above

EDITOR’S NOTE: FIJ initially included an elderly man widely known as ‘Baba’ on the list, but new information available to us show that the man eventually survived his gunshot wounds. His entry was accordingly deleted.

The 20 deaths we have listed here are clearly not definitive; this is an uncompleted project.
You should have read and comprehend the fine print at the bottom of the manufactured story article with names where they admitted that their story and list is fabu and how they admitted that one of the people they declared dead resurrected already.

You people need to stop bothering us with your massacre lies and propaganda..
Politics / Re: #endsars: One Year After, No Evidence Of Lekki Massacre. by NGpatriot: 7:21am On Oct 21
Akwamkpuruamu:
May whatever happened in lekki toll gate happen to you or a loved one. If there were killings may it happen to you. If there was none, may it also happen to you and you will live. Say Amen



No ipob post is complete without evil swearing, proclamation of doom, calamity ad destruction..

And you wonder why your towns and villages are facing brimstone, fire, destruction, death and the same evil you with other people.

You ipobs are always reaping what you sow, the evil you with other people always visit you..

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Politics / #endsars: One Year After, No Evidence Of Lekki Massacre. by NGpatriot: 7:07am On Oct 21
To date, the names of the people purportedly massacred at Lekki have not been released by those championing the #EndSARS course or families of..

One year after the #EndSARS protest during which some activists, media houses and international groups claimed that there was a massacre at the Lekki Toll Gate in Lagos, there is still no evidence of large scale killing at the scene to qualify the raid as massacre, Daily Trust reports.

Security operatives had stormed the place and dispersed the protesters, but many videos had trended for days alleging that “dozens of people have been massacred” during the raid.

To date, the names of the people purportedly massacred at Lekki have not been released by those championing the #EndSARS course or families of the victims even as various hospitals in Lagos said they only treated injured people from Lekki and did not receive any dead body.


At the peak of the claims and counterclaims on what happened, Daily Trust had dedicated a portal on its website (www.dailytrust.com) asking families and friends of those killed to provide details so that the matter would be amplified.

Weeks after the announcement, nobody came forward even anonymously.

The Advanced Learner’s Dictionary defines massacre as “The killing of a large number of people especially in a cruel way; the bloody massacre of innocent civilians. Nobody survived the massacre.



Masked security operatives at Lekki Toll Gate

Wikipedia defines massacre as “The killing of multiple individuals and is usually considered to be morally unacceptable, especially when perpetrated by a group of political actors against defenceless victims.”

The federal government had repeatedly claimed that nobody was killed or shot at Lekki Toll Gate during the October 2020 #EndSARS protest.

Some people opposed to the claim of the massacre also said there was an element of propaganda being orchestrated by some people for ulterior motives.

They, however, said the federal government was also economical with the truth on the episode at Lekki Gate for claiming nobody was shot considering that many injured people were taken to hospitals from the scene
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‘CNN, Amnesty should tender apology’

The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, yesterday on behalf of the federal government, demanded apologies from Amnesty International (AI) and the Cable News Network (CNN) for their ‘misleading’ reports that security agencies shot and killed some people during last year’s #EndSARS protest at Lekki Toll Gate.

He said the two organisations spurned invitations extended to them by the Lagos State Judicial Panel of Inquiry to defend the “phantom massacre” of protesters claimed by them.


The minister, who addressed journalists on Wednesday in Abuja to mark the first anniversary of the protest, said there was no evidence that anyone was killed or shot by security agencies.

He took a swipe at CNN and AI for ignoring the fate of the six soldiers and 37 policemen who died during the protests and instead trumpeting a “phantom massacre.”

The minister said the testimony of ballistic experts before the panel indicated that injuries sustained by the victims were not from gunshots fired by the military but locally-fabricated weapons.

“One year later, and despite ample opportunities for the families of those allegedly killed and those alleging a massacre to present evidence, there has been none: No bodies, no families, no convincing evidence, nothing.

“Sadly, the champions of a massacre at the Lekki Toll Gate, including Amnesty International and CNN, have continued to shamelessly hold on to their unproven stand,” he said.


No justice for victims of police – Amnesty

In a statement on Wednesday to mark the one-year anniversary of the Lekki incident, Amnesty International said “12 people were killed” at Lekki Toll Gate during the protest and that there was no justice for the victims.

The statement signed by Amnesty’s Country Director in Nigeria, Osai Ojigho, said, “One year after peaceful #EndSARS protests ended in a brutal crackdown by Nigerian security forces in Abuja, Lagos and other parts of the country, no one has been brought to justice for the torture, violence and killings of peaceful protesters, while reports of human rights violations by the police continue.”

According to her, “An investigation by the organisation found that Nigerian army and police killed at least 12 people on 20 October 2020 at Lekki Toll Gate and Alausa in Lagos.

“Amnesty International was able to establish that pro-government supporters instigated violence at many of the demonstrations, providing cover for the police to use lethal force against peaceful protesters.

“The organisation also found that detained protesters were tortured and refused or denied immediate access to lawyers.”

Ojigbo said President Muhammadu Buhari should fulfil his promise of reforming the police to end the reign of impunity Nigerians had been protesting against for many years.

Daily Trust had replied the Amnesty International via email asking for the names, family details and possibly photos of the 12 people it claimed were killed in Lekki especially in the light of the federal government’s statement earlier on Wednesday, which denied that no one was killed on October 20, 2020, at Lekki.

There was no response from Amnesty International as of the time of going to the press.


Also, CNN had last year claimed that 38 people were killed at Lekki. However, in its latest report, the cable network said it spoke to one Adesola whose son was shot at the scene.

Adesola told CNN that she was thankful because she was able to find her son’s body.

Similarly, in the eight minutes video shown by BBC Africa titled, ‘Lekki Toll Gate: Massacre without blood or bodies’, the remains of one Abouta who was purportedly shot by security operatives were seen on the ground.


It was preceded by the picture of one Olalekun Abideen (Biggie) who was displayed as another person allegedly killed during the #EndSARS protest.

According to the report, Biggie was a regular face at the protest but his family said they were not comfortable showing their faces on camera, therefore, the reporter interviewed one of them who hid and spoke from a dark place.

Our correspondents report that Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu had a day after the incident described the shooting at Lekki as a “dark note in the history of the state” and blamed the development on forces beyond the “direct control” of his government.

What Daily Trust did on Lekki shooting

Ten days after the incident, Daily Trust in an exclusive report titled ‘Lekki Shootings: Untold story of survivors’ published on October 30, established that some protesters at the Lekki Toll Plaza were treated for gunshot wounds at both government and private-owned hospitals in Lagos State.

But there was no verifiable proof that anybody was killed at the scene.

Some of the survivors said they were treated in hospitals such as Reddington Hospital, Lekki; the Vedic Lifecare Hospital, Lagos also in Lekki, St. Nicholas and General Hospital Odan, Lagos Island.

One of the victims who spoke with our correspondents at the time was Agbeze Ifeanyi, a comedian, who was captured on one of the live videos when he was shot at 6:50 pm.

He was rushed to the Lagos Island General Hospital from where he was referred to the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) Ikeja for treatment.

Investigative journalist, Fisayo Soyombo in a special report named some of those killed at the plaza to include Olalekan ‘Biggie’ Abideen, whose death was confirmed by his mother and Abouta Solomon from Mubi North Local Government Area of Adamawa State whose death was confirmed by his brother Nathaniel, who had invited him to Lagos to man his car washing business.


https://dailytrust.com/endsars-one-year-after-no-evidence-of-lekki-massacre
Politics / Re: President Buhari & Wife, Aisha Share A Close Moment Together At The State House by NGpatriot: 6:42am On Oct 21
TotoGame:
Buhari disgusts me



Seeing this picture alone ruined my fuvking morning



When hatred and bitterness is all you know in life, love and affection becomes foreign and disgusting.

This is why no mater what, parents must raise their children with love, happiness and affection instead of growing up bitter, hateful and bigoted..

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Politics / Re: Sit-At-Home: Panic Buying In IMO State Over IPOB's Order by NGpatriot: 6:34am On Oct 21
BiafraNISTAN is about to implode...


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Politics / Re: Why Are There No Protests Against Killings In The South-East? by NGpatriot: 6:00am On Oct 21
Yorubasareslave:
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It is obvious that you were born deformed. At 40, you have no means of livelihood, you still live in your father's house, all you do is to come online and attack Igbos. To top it all your Iq is equivalent to that of a goat. I feel sorry for you.


So, you are slaughtering your mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, children and doctors because NGpatriot on NL has no means of livelihood and still live in his father's house? grin grin

I really don't understand you ipobs and your insane rants. You are not attacking the terrorists killing your people, it is innocent NGpatriot you are attacking on NL. Where is the sense in that? grin grin

You ipobs are sick for real,, grin grin

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Politics / Re: President Buhari & Wife, Aisha Share A Close Moment Together At The State House by NGpatriot: 5:49am On Oct 21
My favourite couple in the world...


God bless them,


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Politics / Re: Why Are There No Protests Against Killings In The South-East? by NGpatriot: 2:55am On Oct 21
afube:







Go nurse your heart broken by Chiamaka in the privacy of your closet, stop spamming this forum with your irrational hatred for anything Igbo....onye nzuzu !



Not interested in your ipobian jihadi cries, go and protect your men, women and children from getting slaughtered.



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Politics / Re: #EndSARS: Protesters Fight Over Money At Lekki Tollgate by NGpatriot: 2:26am On Oct 21
Atiku, Saraki and their PDP sponsors just flush their money inside shalanga...


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Politics / Re: Why Are There No Protests Against Killings In The South-East? by NGpatriot: 2:23am On Oct 21
ygowon:
Now you are killing yourself on top their matter and them no send u, will u hang yourself?




I'm I the reason why you can not protest against thee cold blood slaughtering of your own igbo people?

Even sef, if I hang myself, will you blood thirsty and ipobia jihadi terrorists stop slaughtering your mothers, fathers, sisters, uncles, children and sons.?

You ipobs can not make sense to save your lives..


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Politics / Re: Why Are There No Protests Against Killings In The South-East? by NGpatriot: 1:55am On Oct 21
ygowon:
cryHow the thing take concern u? Are u Igbo?


Do I have to be igbo to comment on a public discussion forum? Is this ipobianJihadiTerrorist.Com where you send your esn terrorists to behead people for voicing their views?


Go and sit your ipob ass somewhere joo..


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Politics / Re: Why Are There No Protests Against Killings In The South-East? by NGpatriot: 1:51am On Oct 21
meccuno:
thank you very much. But we don't need your advice. Go and advice your family. grin


Look at this Jihadi ipobian terrorist, this is a public discussion forum, not your ipobianJihadiforum.com where you get to dictate to your fellow Jihadi ipobs what to say.

Which one are you gan sef Are you esn killer or ugm blood thirsty terrorist?


Silly ipob...

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Politics / Re: Why Are There No Protests Against Killings In The South-East? by NGpatriot: 12:35am On Oct 21
ygowon:
Hahahahaha! See this Mugu oo. The Igbos are killing themselves to get their own country. Why are you killing yourself over the Igbos? Are u not more Stiupeed than the igbos?



So, you are killing igbo people, your own mothers, fathers, Brothers, sisters and children because they own your country and you must kill igbo people to get your country from them?


Madness and rettardation is a major malady in that part of the country for real.



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Politics / Re: Why Are There No Protests Against Killings In The South-East? by NGpatriot: 11:34pm On Oct 20
ygowon:
Now that you know, are u jubilating or killing yourself?


Keep quiet if you can not make sense, it's not by force to comment on the internet.

Protesting to save the lives of your people is a noble endeavour, not a crime or something to be ashamed of..

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Politics / Re: Why Are There No Protests Against Killings In The South-East? by NGpatriot: 11:21pm On Oct 20
Brimstone77:
Why are there no protest in the north??



So, you won't protest or stop killing your own people unless they start protesting in the North?


And if they don't protest at all in the North, you go just murder the whole of igbo people in the SE?


I did not know that the North has so much power and leverage over igbo people in the SE, you are not even ashamed to do terrorist follow after Northern terrorists...


You people are mad for real..


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Politics / Re: Why Are There No Protests Against Killings In The South-East? by NGpatriot: 11:17pm On Oct 20
meccuno:
yes oh! That's why we should take advice from a known Igbo hater. If your tribe is that foolish, we are not. grin

To start with, do you really need any advice from the so called igbo hater before you stop slaughtering your own fathers, mothers, children, sons, sisters and uncles?

Do you not have sympathy or care for your own innocent population that you are slathering every day or is it because of the igboo hater that you are murdering igbo population?


SE sure raised too many cold-hearted and Stone Age mentality people..

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Politics / Re: ‘Run-Away DJ’ - Lai Mohammed Mocks DJ Switch by NGpatriot: 10:17pm On Oct 20
lmao @ Japa dj...

Lying ipob winch of SE..


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Politics / Re: DJ Switch On EndSARS Anniversary: My Life Changed On This Day For Worse by NGpatriot: 9:46pm On Oct 20
Oponu lying scumbag, lies and deception changed your miserable life, the damage you created go hunt you forever..

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Politics / Re: Charly Boy Joins Endsars Memorial Protest At Lekki Toll Gate by NGpatriot: 9:45pm On Oct 20
Useless and jobless clowns carrying photographers to pose for social media clout chasing and self-promotion photo.


Clowns..

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Politics / Re: Why Are There No Protests Against Killings In The South-East? by NGpatriot: 9:40pm On Oct 20
tsdarkside:


they are igbos....!!
worth defendin....!!

yeye tribe....


I know, they have all manner of dodging and deflecting names for them, but facts remains that the killers are their own fellow igbo people killing their own fathers, mothers, students, uncles, sons and brothers.

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Politics / Re: Why Are There No Protests Against Killings In The South-East? by NGpatriot: 9:37pm On Oct 20
Paretomaster1:


You want them to protest against themselves ? They are enjoying it, you can see as they hail the Gunmen each time they come around.

People have caution them severally, but they won't listen, we told them Theor hate campaign will lead them to a point of no return.... Let them enjoy it while it last..


This is what I don't understand.

How do you rejoice and praise terrorists after they slaughter your people in cold blood?

What kind of madness and lunacy is going on in the SE?

That whole society is morally and tragically bankrupt.

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Politics / Re: Why Are There No Protests Against Killings In The South-East? by NGpatriot: 9:33pm On Oct 20
gidgiddy:


Do I add the hundreds, if not thousands, of unarmed IPOB protesters massacred by your security forces for peacefully protesting?


You mean you have to keep murdering and slaughtering your own people because other people killed some igbo people too?

I really don't get you people's dumb and rettarded logic..

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Politics / Re: Why Are There No Protests Against Killings In The South-East? by NGpatriot: 9:32pm On Oct 20
tsdarkside:


tahh....igbo people useless no be small....and imagine before ipob,many nigerians thought they are the smartes black people on earth....yeye people....smh....


The most flawed assumption ever, what is going on in the SE is a clear example of that flawed assumption.

When you see gunmen, killers and terrorists kill your own people and you cheer them on, applaud and praise them knowing they just murdered your fellow igbo people, then something tragic and sad is going on in that society..

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Politics / Re: Why Are There No Protests Against Killings In The South-East? by NGpatriot: 9:26pm On Oct 20
Sergio101:


Rabid miscreant, when Igbo life matters to you is still what am thinking

Is it not sad for you that igbo lives matter to me more than you igbo whose fathers, mothers, brothers, uncles, students doctors are being murdered in cold blood every day? Shouldn't their lives mean more to you?

Do you enjoy seeing your own people getting slaughtered in cold blood every day?

What kind of human being are you if you can not protest the needless killings of your own people?

You are obviously enjoying seeing your own people getting murdered every day..

How sad, coldhearted and pathetic can you people get..

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Politics / Re: Why Are There No Protests Against Killings In The South-East? by NGpatriot: 9:22pm On Oct 20
vedaxcool:


Their formula is 3:1 they Igbo ipob kill one Igbo person every time 3 northerners are killed by bandits or terrorists.


This is how they do their lunatic killing o their own igbo people arithmetic?

How sad...

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Politics / Re: Why Are There No Protests Against Killings In The South-East? by NGpatriot: 9:20pm On Oct 20
By shrugging your shoulder and not protesting the needless deaths killings and slaughtering of your people every day, you only prove to the world that igbo lives means nothing, you are saying their lives are worthless.


That's what you are saying?

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Politics / Re: Why Are There No Protests Against Killings In The South-East? by NGpatriot: 9:17pm On Oct 20
Sergio101:


And I tell you, the days of reckon for the gnashing of teeth for you yorubas is coming.
you see this unperturbed body you people from the West are playing......... some days of reckon will come, maybe not in our generation Sha.

Biafra is all we want


See this one.


Yoruba people are the reason why you murdered these doctors in cold blood?


Mad people..

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Politics / Re: Why Are There No Protests Against Killings In The South-East? by NGpatriot: 9:15pm On Oct 20
meccuno:
The deaths in the NORTH is more than the deaths of every Innocent souls killed by these useless Fulani herdsmen. how come there are no protest in KADUNA,ADAMAWA,BENUE,PLATUE,TARABA,GOMBE,ZAMFARA? you see why a black man is very senseless. grin



Nna, I get your point and lunatic mentality, igbo people are killing igbo people because of deaths in the North.


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