Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola, is getting dragged on the internet for picking up a camera at the scene of the Lekki shooting of October 20, 2020.

The footage of the minister picking up the camera with all the care in the world, and with the aid of a black piece of cloth, has since gone viral.

Soldiers had arrived at the Lekki toll on the night and fired live rounds into a crowd of peaceful protesters, after the lights were turned off and cameras were reportedly switched off.

The Nigerian state hasn’t owned up to the attack, with Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu saying the shooting was masterminded by “forces beyond his control.”

The shooting sparked outrage in Nigeria and in the international community, and led to the burning of buildings and government property in Lagos and elsewhere across the country in the days that followed.

Looters also took advantage of the ensuing breakdown of law and order to break into warehouses and businesses, while carting away goods and food items for effect.

On Sunday, October 25, 2020, ministers, governors and legislators from the southwest region paid a visit to Governor Sanwo-Olu to sympathize with him on the carnage that has reduced the country’s commercial capital to rubble.

Nigerians play too much.

 

 

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