We Stand By Our Reports,Your Soldiers Killed EndSars Protesters CNN Replies Nigerian Government

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The Us based cable network CNN have responded to Nigeria government saying they stand on there earlier forensic reports which uncovered evidence that the Nigerian army and police opened fire on unarmed protestors on October 20 in lekki tole gate

Earlier today the Nigeria information minister Lai Mohammed dismissed the CNN investigation as “fake news” and “misinformation,” repeatedly denying the military used live rounds against protesters

This is very serious and CNN should be sanctioned for that,” he said.

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But in swift response CNN say they stand by its investigation.

“Our reporting was carefully and meticulously researched, and we stand by it,” the spokesperson said via email.

The report was based on testimony from dozens of witnesses, and photos and videos obtained and geolocated by CNN.

It painted a picture of how members of the Nigerian army and the police shot at the crowd, killing at least one person and wounding dozens more

CNN verified photos and videos acquired from multiple eyewitnesses and protesters using timestamps and other data from the video files.

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Video footage shows soldiers who appear to be shooting in the direction of protesters. And accounts from eyewitnesses established that after the army withdrew, a second round of shooting happened later in the evening

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