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#EndSARS: Lekki Toll Gate Killing Of Protesters Is Regrettable – David Umahi

Dave Umahi

Dave Umahi

Ebonyi State governor, David Umahi has come out to beg youths to forgive Nigeria’s leaders amid the #EndSARS protests.

He recently revealed that the leaders have definitely learned valuable lessons from the current disturbing situation in our nation.

According to him, the killings that occurred at Lekki Toll Gate were very unwarranted and regrettable and south-east leaders are very pained over the incident.

He added that his heart goes out to the families of the deceased because the victims died an unjust death.

His words, “Our hearts go to the families of the deceased, and we enjoin the Federal and Lagos State Governments to quicken investigation into the incident.

“It was an act of the devil and the infrastructure being destroyed across the country are for you as leaders of the future.

“You need to be alive to actualise this future because some of you will be presidents, governors, lawmakers and ministers among others.”

“No one lives on earth forever, so, we seek your forgiveness so that we will go back to the drawing board.”

Youths should be brought closer to issues of budgeting, dynamics and difficulties of governance among others to enable us have a better society.

“I appeal to our people to withdraw from the #EndSARS protest because it is no longer a protest but an orchestrated violence with people imported from other states to destroy lives and properties.”

This is a critical moment in the nation’s history and we cannot continue to see the critical private and public infrastructure we laboured to build being destroyed.

“Considering the dwindling revenue of the country, such infrastructure contribute greatly to the sustenance of the economy.”


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