Nigerian flag to be Lowered in Lagos
Babajide Sanwo-olu, the Lagos State Governor, has given directives to lower all Nigerian flags in the government establishments of Lagos for a duration of three days.
This decision came after Nigerian protesters were shot at and killed at the Lekki toll gate yesterday being the 20th of October, 2020.
Sanwo-olu also said that state activities should also be suspended for that duration of time and that investigations into the situation would be made.
He wrote on Twitter…
In sensitivity with the mood of the nation at this time, I have directed the following:
The immediate suspension of all State activities for 3-days except those connected with governance of security in the State and the management of the current issue.
The lowering of the flags in all government establishments for 3-days.
The constitution of a 5-man Fact-Finding Committee into the Rules of Engagement ordered & adopted by the Nigerian Army to be headed by a retired military officer not less than the rank of a General.
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