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Lagos Commissioner for Information says the announcement has nothing to do with Lekki shooting.⁣ .⁣ The Lagos State

Lagos Commissioner for Information says the announcement has nothing to do with Lekki shooting.⁣
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The Lagos State Government has said that the invitation to the public by the state Chief Coroner, Mrs Mojisola Dada for identification of corpses was meant for victims of hoodlums and cult clashes in the state, saying it has nothing to do with the Lekki shooting of October 20, 2020.⁣
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Recently, the state Chief Coroner in a public announcement, called on relatives of people who lost their lives between October 19th and 27 to visit the Lagos State Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) to identify and claim bodies of their loved ones.⁣
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The date stated in the announcement coincided with the week soldiers shot at protesters at the Lekki tollgate.⁣
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Many reportedly died during the two-week long agitation for an end to police brutality.⁣
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But the Commissioner for Information and Strategy in Lagos, Gbenga Omotoso, has said there is no connection between the announcement and the Lekki incident.⁣
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Omotoso said the announcement was meant for victims of hoodlums and cultists’ killings in Lagos.⁣
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Lagos Commissioner for Information says the announcement has nothing to do with Lekki shooting.⁣
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The Lagos State Government has said that the invitation to the public by the state Chief Coroner, Mrs Mojisola Dada for identification of corpses was meant for victims of hoodlums and cult clashes in the state, saying it has nothing to do with the Lekki shooting of October 20, 2020.⁣
.⁣
Recently, the state Chief Coroner in a public announcement, called on relatives of people who lost their lives between October 19th and 27 to visit the Lagos State Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) to identify and claim bodies of their loved ones.⁣
.⁣
The date stated in the announcement coincided with the week soldiers shot at #EndSARS protesters at the Lekki tollgate.⁣
.⁣
Many reportedly died during the two-week long agitation for an end to police brutality.⁣

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But the Commissioner for Information and Strategy in Lagos, Gbenga Omotoso, has said there is no connection between the announcement and the Lekki incident.⁣
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Omotoso said the announcement was meant for victims of hoodlums and cultists’ killings in Lagos.⁣
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