Provide killers of Lekki Shooting US tells Vice president Of Nigeria

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The peaceful protest which turned violent and many innocent souls were lost at lekki toll gate, on the 20 of October 2020 as caught the attention of the U.S. delegation in Nigeria as meetings with the vice president of the federation Osinbajo was held in Abuja on 22nd of October.
The U.S. delegation in Nigeria condemned the usage of excessive force by military forces who fired unarmed EndSars protesters in Lagos, Nigeria.
Which according to the spokesman the Nigeria government hasn’t even admitted killing of the innocent souls.
This is the readout from the counselor brechbuhl’s meeting with Nigeria vice president Osinbajo.
The following is attributable to spokesperson Morgan ortagus:
Counselor T. Ulrich brechbuhl met with Nigeria vice president Yemi Osinbajo today in Abuja Nigeria as part of a previous scheduled delegation, which included Assistant Secretary Denise Natali, to raise U.S. concern about ongoing violence in Nigeria, human rights, religious freedom and trafficking in persons, and to hear from senior Nigerian government officials on how they are addressing those issues. The counselor expressed the U.S. condemnation of the use of excessive force by military forces who fired on unarmed demonstrators in Lagos. He expressed condolences to the victims of these shooting and urged the government of Nigeria to abide by its commitment to hold those responsible accountable under the law. The vice president and the counselor noted that the right to peaceful assembly and freedom of expression are essential human rights and core democratic principles. Counselor brechbuhl and vice president Osinbajo emphasised the importance of U.S. and Nigeria collaboration on common goals of improving security cooperation and strengthening economic partnership to foster mutual prosperity.

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