‘Sanwo-Olu Was Shaking’ - Nigerians Drag Lagos State Governor Again After He Was Interviewed On CNN
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Nigerians on popular microblogging social network, Twitter have resulted to hitting hard at Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu after he was interviewed on Cable News Network, CNN.

The American news-based pay television channel summoned on the governor to answer questions related to the Lekki Massacre at the Lekki Toll Gate that happened on the 20th of October, 2020.

According to eye witnesses, they have come out to state that people were killed in multitudes while the government have tried to say no one was killed but later admitted that people were killed.

Another question raised by citizens is the fact that ‘Who ordered the shootings on peaceful protesters.’

Eye witnesses stated that it was the officers from the Nigerian Army that came to shoot peaceful protesters while the Nigerian Army and Lagos State government have previously dispelled that.

Well, on Governor Sanwo-Olu’s interview with CNN he admitted tha members of the Nigerian Army were there and at least two persons died.

This has got Nigerians furious over the fact that why was he not saying the truth before.

Some have resulted to stating that the Governor feared the international news brand and was shaking while being interviewed.

See some reactions below:

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