Lekki shootings: Twitter user promises N150k to anyone with evidence of casualties

Lekki shootings: Twitter user promises N150k to anyone with evidence of casualties

- Nigerians have been challenged to produce evidence of casualties during the Lekki shootings

- The challenge was put forward by a Twitter user, Bayo Adedosu, on Sunday, November 15

- Adedosu promised to offer the sum of 150,000 to anyone who can provide original and actual pictures of the alleged killings

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A Twitter user, Bayo Adedosu, who referred to himself as an IT consultant, has offered to give the sum of N150,000 to anyone who can provide verifiable pictures of persons killed during the Lekki shootings.

On his Twitter handle, Adedosu had offered N50,000 as a reward but later said the amount has been increased to N150,000.

However, the self-acclaimed IT consultant noted that there will be serious consequences for anyone who sends fake pictures just to get the juicy offer.

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Lekki shootings: Twitter user offers N150k to anyone with evidence of casualties

A Twitter user has offered N150k to anyone with evidence of casualties in the Lekki shooting. (Photo: The Nation)
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He tweeted:

“Good morning fellow Nigerians. In the spirit of truth & justice, I am putting down 50k as a reward for anyone who can come forward with VERIFIABLE pictures of dead pple from the Lekki Toll Gate “shooting”.
"Pls note that sending fake pictures comes with dire consequences.
"You must be ready to prove that you took the pictures, the pictures must have a timestamp and be assured that you're safe. The money has increased to 150k naira with 2 pple adding 50k each. This is not a joke. Let's put a closure to this debacle today."

Meanwhile, a suit was filed before a Federal High Court sitting in Lagos to disband the judicial panel of inquiry and restitution for victims of SARS related abuses in the state and at the Lekki toll gate.

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The suit filed by two Nigerian men - Adekunle Augustine and Semion Akogwu - asked the court to disband the panel on the ground that the Lagos state governor, being a party in the matter, did not exercise his power in the public interest by setting up the panel.

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