Am not dead ~ Eniola Badmus
The end SARS protest that has been lingering, putting NIGERIA unrest for days after the youth had refused to leave the street, demanding for end against police brutality, unjust killing of innocent souls and reformation of entire police force has turned to a bloody Tuesday few hours after the executive governor of Lagos State, Gov. Babajide Sanwolu declared curfew across the state.
As the agitation of the youth yet to met, the protest had gave birth to demanding of Good governance and calling for an end of many irregularities in Nigeria systems of governance.
It was recorded that the peaceful ongoing protest turns to be a black Tuesday in some part of Nigeria, especially in Lekki toll-gate where they refused to dance to the tone of state government.
Despite the fact that the Lagos State government order the removal of CCTV cameras around the area, also switch off all the light in the environment to make sure they lay ambush on the unarmed protesters while the Police and Nigeria Army fully armed to teeth began to shoot sporadically at the protesters in the blackout.
It was recorded that one of the Nollywood celebrities Eniola Badmus was shot at the scene of the protest which her news has been flying around social media.
On a contrary to the news, Eniola Badmus took to her Instagram page in a short video made available to debunk the rumour around social media that she was shot dead. According to her; “I am not dead, am Hale and hearty, I wasn’t shot, as you can see me am in good condition. I appreciate everyone who has taken it upon themselves to check of me. I don’t even leave my estate today I was just around my area. You can see my neck no bullet, I appreciate all the celebrities and everyone that has taken it upon themselves to check on me thanks and God bless”.