Lekki tollgate: Eniola Badmus reacts to reports of being shot

Lekki tollgate: Eniola Badmus reacts to reports of being shot

- Eniola Badmus has taken to social media to assure her fans that she is alive

- This comes shortly after there were reports that she was shot during the Lekki tollgate shooting

- The actress revealed that she could not make it to the protest ground on Tuesday, October 20

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Nollywood actress and producer, Eniola Badmus, has come out to debunk reports that she was shot dead during the shooting at Lekki tollgate on Tuesday, October 20.

Apparently, there were reports that a woman who looked like her was shot at the protest ground and this led many people to believe it was the actress.

Well, Eniola has come out to reveal that she is very much alive and that she could not make it to the protest grounds on the day of the shooting.

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Lekki tollagte: Eniola Badmus reacts to news that she was shot
Eniola Badmus confirmed she is safe. Photo credit: @eniola_badmus/Instagram
Source: Instagram

She wrote:

"Against all speculations about me being shot or dead at the unspeakable incident that happened at the toll gate a few hours ago, I would like to inform you guys that I Eniola Badmus is hale and hearty. In fact, I couldn’t make it there today to lend my voice on the #endsars movement.
"But in truth, I am broken and scattered to see what my country has become. We are tired and it’s becoming one time too many, how is it wrong to demand our right/ expectations and be killed at it. How? We won't forget this day - 20.10.2020 in a long time. May the souls of the fallen heroes Rest In Peace!"

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Meanwhile, an #EndSARS protest staged in Jos, the capital city of Plateau state, turned violent, a report by Daily Trust has stated.

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According to the report, there was palpable tension along Ahmadu Bello Way in Jos as protesters barricaded highway into the city centre on Tuesday, October 20.

Meanwhile, another set of youths disagreed with those that put the barricade, thereby sparking unrest. Many cars were smashed and burnt, and shops destroyed.

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