‘I’ve Learnt My Lesson’ – Sanwo Olu Speaks On #EndSars Incident Days To Governorship Election


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The Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has admitted that his administration failed in its role played during the EndSars protest and the Lekki shooting.

Hotnewsdrop.com reports that Sanwo-Olu during an interview on ARISE TV on Wednesday said he has learned his lessons.

According to him, considering the level of the incident, there is no leader that would not want to involve in forensic analysis to know what had happened.

The governor said he was concerned about getting verified information on what happened on October 20, 2022, when the Nigerian army opened fire on unarmed civilians instead of the social media posts.

Sanwo-Olu pleaded that everyone should drop the question of ‘who gave the order’ and engage in a role-play or put themselves in his situation.

He added that it is not in his position and space to order the military to go to the Lekki tollgate just like in the case of what happened during the presidential election.

Sanwo-Olu Releases Impounded Vehicles For Free

Meanwhile, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has commenced the release of impounded vehicles to their owners without payment of fines.

Hotnewsdrop.com reports that the state Commissioner for Transportation, Frederic Oladeinde, made this known on Tuesday.

According to him, the decision was made as a measure to ease the cash crunch on its citizens due to the Central Bank of Nigeria’s Naira redesign policy.

Oladeinde noted that the exercise which commenced last week Saturday and is still ongoing is strictly for vehicles that were impounded for minor traffic offences.

He added that all those who committed crimes within the Naira scarcity period are urged to pick up their vehicles.

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