“The Souls of Anyone That Died at #LekkiMassacre2020 Will Never Haunt Me” – Kemi Olunloyo Says, Insists She Found No Dead Body

November 16, 2021
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Kemi Olunloyo

Kemi Olunloyo

One of the controversial figures who claimed nobody died at the Lekki tollgate shooting, Kemi Olunloyo has insisted that the dead will not haunt her.

She reacted following the release of the report by Lagos Judicial panel saying that there was a massacre at the tollgate.

The controversial journalist had boldly stated after the October 20 incident last year that nobody died during the Lekki toll gate incident. She held that after conducting thorough research, arrived at a conclusion that nobody was killed hence no family came up to give names of their relatives who died during the onslaught.

However, Lagos Judicial Panel has proved Olunloyo wrong after it released a comprehensive list of people that died, got missing and were injured as a result of the aggressive shooting that occurred.

Kemi Olunloyo in a series of tweets insisted that she found no body and won’t be haunted by the souls of the victims that were killed as a result of the shooting at Lekki Toll Gate.

In her words:

“The souls of anyone that died at #LekkiMassacre2020 will never haunt me. I was not part of the amusement park protest you set up there. I was watching the army and chasing bodies because they are not allowed to shoot unarmed protesters let alone take away bodies. I found NO BODY.”

“I CHASED BODIES FROM 10:11pm October 20th 2020 to 2 morgues but nobody was focused. I did not find bodies. I am VINDICATED‼️Now you know. Go petition the ICC against Burutai, Adamu and Commander in Chief Buhari.”

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