I Was in Heaven Last Week, Today I’m in Hell – Canadian Resident Arrested While Speaking To Journalists During #EndSARS Protest Memorial Speaks (Video…

October 21, 2021
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Patrick was arrested and assaulted by the police while giving interview

A Nigerian man based in Canada assaulted while giving interview to journalists during #EndSARS protest memorial at Lekki Toll Gate has been released.

Patrick Eholor, was assaulted by police on camera yesterday and has now told his story.

He said he flew in from Canada last week and was arrested while speaking in Lagos yesterday October 20.

Eholor has opened up on his experience after being released from detention. 

Showing off his iPhone which he claimed was damaged by the police, he alleged that he was dehumanized by security operatives.

He also alleged that they were not given food or water by the police officers and that the station had no restroom. Eholor further stated that he was in heaven last week, and in hell this week. 

Watch the video below:

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