Gunshots were heard in Lekki, Lagos State on Tuesday as close to 20 people were reportedly killed even though the Nigeria Army denied their involvement.
President Muhammadu Buhari cautioned demonstrators in a broadcast address on Thursday not to “subvert public security” as he required a conclusion to far reaching fights grasping Africa’s most crowded nation.
The 78-year-old pioneer was representing the first run through since the shooting in Lagos on Tuesday, despite the fact that he didn’t legitimately address the episode.
He spoke to the young to “oppose the allurement of being utilized by some rebellious components to cause bedlam”.
As resulted of this crisis the government of Lagos State declared a 3-day Curfew but on Friday the governor relaxed the curfew from 6pm–8am to enable movement in State.