Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has stated that safety cameras captured the shootings of #EndSARS protesters on the Lekki toll gate.
He stated the footage could be submitted to the judicial panel on police brutality, extra-judicial killings, and extortion.
The governor stated this throughout a dwell programme on ARISE TV on Thursday.
He stated this when requested why the cameras capturing the protest was eliminated earlier than the shootings of #EndSARS protesters on the Lekki toll gate.
In his response, he famous that the CCTV cameras have footage of what occurred through the protests.
Sanwo-Olu additionally defined that the footage could be given to consultants to analyse.
He stated, “I’ll simply converse up the reality on what truly occurred. There’s safety personnel of The Lekki Concession Firm on the bottom. I had known as the Managing Director that evening once I noticed the photographs. What he stated to me is that due to the curfew that has been introduced, they took a call that they are going to take out installations which are important to them. The digital camera that you simply noticed just isn’t a safety digital camera or a movement digital camera. The digital camera is a laser digital camera for autos. It picks the tag on automobiles and quantity plates.
“It’s not a digital camera for human beings. It’s an infrared digital camera that simply picks the tag on the autos. Safety cameras for the plaza are nonetheless obtainable. These are a number of the footage that we’re going to use for our investigation. Safety cameras are put in on prime of towers and they’re there as a result of I’ve seen them. No one can contact the safety digital camera.
“These are issues that we are able to go away open for residents to return and confirm when the panel of inquiries begin. We are going to undertake this as proof in order that consultants can come and assessment what sort of digital camera are these proven on the footage.”
When requested if the footage of the cameras may be assessed, he replied “completely”.