Mr. Macaroni Reacts To The Report Of The Lekki Shooting Panel
He blasts the government over the report that indictes the army and police.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Mr Macaroni, a Nigerian Instagram comedian, has reacted to a report accusing the Nigeria Army and Police of shooting at the Lekki toll gate in 2020.
The comedian criticized individuals who claimed the incident never happened in the first place in a series of tweets released on his Twitter profile on Tuesday, November 16, 2021.
“They were always asking were the survivors and families of the victims were. So make them kill them the way dem kill others Abi? All of you that defended this barbaric act should know that one way or the other, there will be a day of reckoning,” he tweeted.
“The same panel that the government set up has presented their findings. Except you people don’t have faith in your own judicial system. Since last year, we have seen numerous gaslighting and lies! The truth always prevails and that truth is the #EndSARS Movement.”
“Those that have been speaking the truth since 20/10/20 are still saying the same thing till this very day. Go and check the statements of Government reps or their supporters. It’s from one lie to the other. Now they are fighting themselves. Everlasting confusion for the wicked.”
The report of the Lagos state judiciary panel investigating the Lekki toll gate incident was just issued.
According to the report, the cleaning of the Lekki tollgate and the neglect to preserve the scene ahead of prospective inquiries were attempts to cover up the incident on October 20th.
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