EndSARS: Rights Group To Offer 1 N1m Cash Reward For Evidence of Protesters killed At Lekki

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Save Nigeria Movement, a foremost rights group in Nigeria has pledged to offer a cash prize of one million naira to any Nigerian who would take a bold step beyond media speculation and tender evidence of identities of people allegedly shot at the Lekki toll gate on October 20 during The EndSARS protests.

Speaking at a radio program on Radio Nigeria , the convener of the Save Nigeria Movement, Rev Solomon Semaka insisted that it was curious that three weeks after the incident , no evidence is produced to confirm allegations he termed fake media speculation.

“We are committed to holding the the military accountable if found culpable but, not without credible evidence. On our own, we have done multiple interventions and investigations but no evidence is available to establish the allegations against the the military so we are relying on any individual or organization that has evidence to bring it forth.

“Our organization will reward such persons or group with the sum of one million naira.

“We are concerned that it appears, there are concerted efforts and resources put together to tarnish the security agencies and military image. This is with a view to dampen personnel morale and bruise the confidence of Nigerians in their own military.

“We will leave no stone unturned to unravel those behind this conspiracy in the interest of out nation’s sovereignty,” Rev Solomon Semaka maintained.

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