An #EndSARS protester merely named Kamsi Ibeh, was reportedly stabbed by unknown armed males for showing earlier than the Lagos State Judicial Panel on Restitution for Victims of SARS Associated Abuses and Different Issues.
The gory video shared by FIJ, captured Ibeh who was amongst the protesters who witnessed the carnage unleashed on peaceable protesters on the Lekki tollgate in extreme ache after she was brutally attacked.
She had additionally appeared earlier than the panel as a witness and agitated for justice for victims of the bloodbath that occurred on October 20, 2020.
Nonetheless, few days after her testimony earlier than the panel, Ibeh was attacked whereas getting back from work.
“Final night time, I used to be attacked on my means again from TNS by three guys whom I believed had been passersby,” Ibeh stated in a gory video capturing herself and her blood-stained wounds, obtained by FIJ.
“We had been standing on the bus-stop ready for a automobile, solely one among them to make clear my face. One stated, this woman from panel, shebi an una sabi cross, una no wan step again abi?“
She stated the assailants wished to kill her for agitating for justice for victims of the Lekki bloodbath.
“They stated in the event that they killed me, they’d see how I might proceed to agitate for justice. So, I advised them I don’t know what they’re speaking about. They began hitting me,” she stated.
“See my again, see my leg. They began reducing me like I’m a thief. I survived by the grace of God as a result of I believed I might die at that bus cease.”
Naija Information earlier reviews that the Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State obtained a 309paged reviews on police brutality instances and the Lekki taking pictures investigation from the state judicial panel. The panel within the report admitted that troopers shot clean and reside ammunition at armless protesters aspiring to kill and maim them.
Watch the video beneath;
Copyright Naija Information 2021. All rights reserved. You could solely share
Naija Information content material utilizing our sharing buttons.