According to the flyer, buses will be available at the Oriental Hotel for those who wish to join the “peaceful walk.” The commemoration is slated for 10:00 a.m.
Olusegun Ogboye, permanent secretary, Lagos Ministry of Health, claimed the government summoned victims’ families, but they failed to show up.
The letter further confirmed reports that citizens were massacred during the protest and has sparked widespread criticisms.
Oshodi Oke also expressed her disappointment in Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, who initially claimed nobody died during the incident.
Mr Bassey, in his lead debate, said the bill sought to provide for the establishment of the EndSARS Victims Compensation Fund.
The governor said the lessons of #EndSARS are not lost on him and he would have reacted differently to the shootings.
He said Mr Baba-Ahmed’s comment sought to defend the indefensible and was an “insult on the quest for the total liberation of all Nigerians
Economic activities at the mall was brought to a halt following a series of looting incidents which occurred on the heels of the nationwide #EndSARS protests in 2020.
Mr Datti Baba-Ahmed suggested that the October 20, 2020 killing of #EndSARS protesters could not be termed a massacre, saying it was debatable.
The youths had gathered in early Thursday at the Lekki Tollgate to commemorate the second anniversary of the nationwide movement.