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Civil Society Demand The Identification Of EndSARS Corpses.



Civil Society Demand The Identification Of EndSARS Corpses.
Civil Society Demand The Identification Of EndSARS Corpses.
Members of the Civil Society  Organisation have condemned the Lagos state government for being insincere about the killing in the #EndSARS protest.

Reacting to a statement issued by the state government, signed by the permanent secretary, Ministry of Health, Dr Olusegun Ogboye, that the state will carry out mass burial for 103 corpses that were victims of  #EndSARS# not claimed, members of the civil society wondered that at what time did the state government realise that 103 people were killed in the protest.

The CSOs asked at what time did the state government announce to the public to check their people missing during the period of #EndSARS# at any designated morgue?

The human rights group warned that until when the family of the deceased are allowed to identify their people’s corpses, the state government should not proceed with the burial.

The CSOs said that should the state fail to heed the advice, the human rights group shall institute a legal action at the International Criminal Court, which may warrant exhuming the corpses for forensic analysis.

The CSO’s called on President Bola Tinubu to reopen the investigation into the killings during the protest.

According to the spokesperson of the Coalition of United Political Parties CUPP, Comrade Mark Adebayo, “President Tinubu must also have interest in getting to the root of the number of people killed in the protest because, in a way, he was also a victim.

What do I mean? Apart from the fact that his business premises were burnt, he was also subjected to investigation by the federal government.”

He said people went to meet with President Buhari then and that he sponsored the #EndSARS protest.

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