An #EndSARS protester, Samuel Isah, has narrated how a younger guy with the Nigerian flag in his hand turned into allegedly felled via gunshots fired via policemen on the Lekki tollgate in Lagos at the night time of October 20.
Isah, in a petition filed before the Lagos State Judicial Panel of Inquiry, stated, “That young man was hit by means of a bullet in his head and died immediately, falling to the road with the Nigerian flag in his hand.”
He stated simply before then, he had witnessed how “every other young man in his late twenties” became killed with the aid of the bullet fired with the aid of the police.”
According to Isah, the policemen dressed in their uniform, in addition to any other guy carrying white local apparel arrived on the tollgate in a police van around 11:30pm and “began to shoot at once at protesters.”
“When they stopped capturing, I joined different protesters to hold the lifeless young man and took his frame close to the cops that had been shooting and instructed them in a loud voice, ‘You have killed this young guy’.
“They opened hearth once more. I ran with others to the Lekki Phase 1 Roundabout for protection,” Isah said in the affidavit he submitted to the retired Justice Doris Okuwobi-led panel remaining Saturday.
He said in the morning of October 21, he went to Reddington Hospital, Lekki Phase 1 “in which maximum of the injured protesters had been receiving remedy” including that on the health center, “I saw a dead protester on a bed positioned on the floor of the hospital.”
Isah said he had a recorded interview he carried out with some of the injured protesters on his cell telephone and had connected it to his petition.
He said he had additionally submitted any other video photos taken together with his cellphone of ways soldiers, in advance around 6:45pm, arrived the tollgate and opened fire and killed protesters.
He stated, “We had been sitting down, the soldiers approached us and that they had been armed. As quickly as the soldiers crossed the Lekki tollgate, they commenced to shoot, some into the air and a few into the midst of protesters.
“While I sat down on the road, I became able to begin a video recording on my cellphone.”
Isah stated in his affidavit that on account that Lekki taking pictures incident “I had been experiencing mental trauma based totally on the reports of that day.”
But the Nigerian Army had continuously denied killing any protester all through the tollgate shootings.