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Lagos #EndSARS: 99 corpses deposited at mortuary, three from Lekki –Pathologist

The Lagos State Judicial Panel of Inquiry testing the supposed murdering of #EndSARS dissidents at the Lekki tollbooth on October 20, 2020 has required the record of each of the 99 bodies kept in the funeral home of the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital between October 19 and 24 a year ago.

The board director, resigned Justice Doris Okuwobi, made the request on Saturday after LASUTH Chief Pathologist, Prof John Obafunwa, gave declaration before the board and introduced post-mortem examination reports and pictures of three out of the 99 saved bodies.

Obafunwa told the board that of the 99 bodies kept at the morgue, he was informed that solitary three came from Lekki, henceforth, the choice to introduce three dissection reports and pictures, showing cadavers with shifting levels of injury.

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“Those are the three bodies I was told were from Lekki as recorded by individuals who acquired them,” the pathologist told the board.

As per him, the other 96 kept carcasses were said to have been recuperated from various spaces of Lagos.

However, one of the direction addressing #EndSARS nonconformists before the board, Adeyinka Olumide-Fusika (SAN), couldn’t help contradicting Obafunwa on the case that solitary three cadavers came from Lekki.

Olumide-Fusika requested that the board request LASUTH to present the records and post-mortem covers the whole 99 bodies kept.

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Administering, the board director requested LASUTH to deliver records on the 96 different bodies notwithstanding the three introduced on Saturday.

The board deferred till June 19 for additional meeting.

While the Nigerian Army has over and over denied taking shots at or slaughtering any of the #EndSARS dissidents at the Lekki tollbooth the evening of October 20, 2020, various people with wounds have showed up before the board demanding that they were taken shots at the tollbooth and that they additionally saw the passing of others.

At one of the past procedures, an injury and muscular specialist with Reddington Hospital in Lekki, Lagos, Dr Babajide Lawson, had described to the board how the medical clinic got and treated “an enormous number” of harmed people, incorporating those with shot injuries, the evening of October 20, 2020.

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Lawson said the Lekki office of the clinic was “in a real sense overpowered” by the group injured people, who were introduced at the emergency clinic simultaneously, and that some must be moved to the Victoria Island part of the emergency clinic.

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