Companies are coming out to apologise to the Governor of Lagos after realising their errors in the allegations over the Lekki shootings.
One of Nigeria’s leading organizations Enough Is Enough (NGO) has admitted it’s mistake and realised it’s wrong over the initial publication and allegations that the State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu ordered the removal of CCTV cameras from the Lekki Toll Gate.
EiE, which is led by Yemi Adamolekun is a credible organization in Nigeria that other global bodies rely on for its position on Nigerian affairs.
The European Union, United Nations, and others have condemned state authorities over alleged state-sponsored “killings at the Lekki gate”.
Yemi Adamolekun, tendered her apology through her NGO’s EiE Twitter handle earlier today, admitting that EiE Nig was wrong over its initial publication and allegations that the state Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu ordered the removal of CCTV cameras from the Lekki Toll Gate. There are indications that other people and organisations will take the same step after realising their errors over the #EndSARS Lekki shootings on #EndSARS protesters on Tuesday at the Lekki Tollgate which happens to be the protest venue.
The NGO tweeted: “This was an error. These cameras are not CCTV cameras but license plate verification cameras. “They were removed to prevent vandalization after Gov Babajide Sanwo-Olu announced the curfew.
“He has said the CCTV footage is intact. We apologise for the error.” EIE is adjudged as one of the credible organizations in Nigeria that other global bodies trust for its positions on Nigerian affairs.