Lekki shooting: Some losses are irreplaceable, we’ll get justice for all, Osinbajo speaks

Lekki shooting: Some losses are irreplaceable, we’ll get justice for all, Osinbajo speaks

- Vice President Osinbajo has reacted to the shooting of #EndSARS protesters in Lekki, Lagos state

- Osinbajo expressed sadness over the deaths so far recorded while pledging that the FG will get justice for all of them

- The vice president noted that he has spoken with some survivors of the ugly incident

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Nigeria's vice president, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, has expressed sadness over the killing of some #EndSARS protesting youths at Lekki Tollgate in Lagos state on Tuesday, October 20.

In a thread of tweets posted on his verified Twitter handle, @ProfOsinbajo, on Wednesday night, October 21, the vice president also registered his condolence over the deaths of some policemen and other Nigerians in different parts of Lagos and other states.

Noting that he has spoken to some survivors in the hospital, Professor Osinbajo admitted that some losses so far recorded can not be replaced.

Lekki shooting: Some losses are irreplaceable, we’ll get justice for all, Osinbajo speaks

Lekki shooting: Some losses are irreplaceable, we’ll get justice for all, Osinbajo speaks. Photo credit: Professor Yemi Osinbajo
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He, however, pledged that the Nigerian government will get justice for all of them.

He said:

"I spoke to some of those in hospital. The pain of these terrible events is palpable in our towns and cities, and some losses are irreplaceable, but we can and will get justice for all of them. I stand with Lagos & all other affected states in these trying times."

The vice president also prayed that the nation will never see a repeat of such tragedies again.

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In a related development, the Sultan of Sokoto, Muhammad Sa‘ad Abubakar, has declared Friday, October 23, as a day of special prayer for the nation.

The monarch who is the president-general of the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA) made the move over the unrest across the country that has led to the loss of lives in Lagos, Benin and other locations.

The monarch requested all Imams across the country to dedicate their sermons to the ongoing crisis in the country, by calming down the strained nerves with their clement preaching for peace as well as their verbal ventilation of the national atmosphere for permanent tranquillity to the benefit of all and sundry.

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