On Thursday, in Lagos State, the EndSARS protest, which struck the country for about two weeks in October, resumed with protesters marching along Tejuosho Road in the state’s Yaba district.
Our source gathered that old women and some young men brandished various placards in the area, defying the scorching heat to march for almost two hours. hey continued to chant, “End SARS and we march for our children.”
number of them were also seen carrying the Nigerian flag in their hands, with microphones to make their voices audible
The EndSARS movement, mostly peaceful, had turned to a blood field on Tuesday, October 20, when the personnel of the Nigerian Army went to the Lekki Tollgate area and opened fire on the crowds.
The soldiers from the 65 Battalion, Nigerian Army, Bonny Camp, Victoria Island, reportedly killed and injured several demonstrators.
A day after the shootings, the Lagos State Governor had initially denied any loss of life from the gunfire or that he was aware of the deployment of soldiers.
Later, he admitted that two persons were killed in the incident, while the army said in a terse statement that the state government requested a military clampdown on the protesters to enforce its earlier-than-scheduled curfew.