Former Super Eagles International, Victor Moses have joined the list of top personalities in the world to lend their voices towards police brutality in the country as he condemn the killings of peaceful protesters.
Though it’s two days since some youths protesting at the Lekki tollgate were killed
by some alleged military men, Nigerians are yet to get over the incident as
it’s a wound that will never heal.
Youths who have been protesting for the past seven days were dispersed around
7pm in the evening by the alleged military men as the street light and CCTV
in the area were switched off.
Over seven innocent youths were reported dead while some sustained severe injury
while trying to run for their dear life.
This incident have sparked a lot of reactions from the global world and
Victor Moses who once rocked the white and green jersey of Super Eagles have
asked why peaceful protesters are being shot at.
The Chelsea winger who is currently on loan at Spartak Moscow some minutes
ago took to his official social media platforms to call out the Government for
their role in the dreadful incident.
Victor Moses who couldn’t hide his emotions noted that Nigerians have the right to protest and not be killed
Why are innocent protestors being killed? Enough is enough. Nigerians have the right to protest and not be killed for it. #PrayForNigeria ￼?
— Victor Moses (@VictorMoses) October 22, 2020