Burna Boy reacts to Lagos State panel’s report over the #EndSars incident

    Nigerian Afrobeats Superstar Burna Boy has joined the growing list of celebrities who have reacted to the Lagos panel report that indicted the army and police in the Lekki tollgate shooting during the #EndSars protest.

    Burna Boy reacts to Lagos State panel report over the #EndSars incident
    Burna Boy reacts to Lagos State panel report over the #EndSars incident

    The Nigerian singer, rapper and songwriter, Burna Boy has issued a reminder to the Government after the Lagos State panel delivered their verdict on the Lekki Toll Gate massacre #EndSars.

    He shared this via his Instagram stories on Tuesday, the 17th of November 2021.

    He shared a message to the government when he found out that the Lagos State panel had concluded in their verdict that the Lekki Toll Gate massacre did in fact happen.

    Recall, that the Nigerian military was dispatched on October 20th, 2020, to kill peaceful protestors during the End Sars protest, a peaceful protest by Nigerian youths against police brutality, corruption, and other societal problems.

    The Lagos State #EndSARS Judicial Panel on Police Brutality and Other Related Abuses presented their report to the state government on November 15, 2021, as an update on developments.

    According to the reports, which were based on cases of police brutality and the October 20 Lekki massacre investigation, it stated that at least nine people were confirmed dead at the Lekki toll plaza on October 20, 2020.

    The On The Low hitmaker responded to the Lagos State panel’s verdict on the Lekki Toll Gate End Sars massacre by reminding the government that lies cannot remove bloodstains.

    See the post below:

    Recall, Mp3bullet.ng reported that after the shooting at the Lekki toll gate, the music star released a song ‘20 10 20‘ dedicated to the victims of the incident.

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