US Officials Condemn The Excessive Force By Military On Protesters

The US Officials in a meeting with Vice President Osibajo has condemned the excessive force by the military on peaceful protesters on the #Endsars.

US Officials

According to Arise News on Instagram it was sated that

Top US officials met with Nigeria’s Vice President Yemi Osinbajo Thursday, following concerning civil unrest in the country precipitated by shooting of peaceful protesters in Lekki, Lagos on Tuesday.

US Officials

According to US Department of State spokesperson Morgan Ortagus, “Counselor T. Ulrich Brechbühl met with Nigerian Vice President Yemi Osinbajo today (Thursday) in Abuja, Nigeria as part of a previously scheduled delegation, which included Assistant Secretary Robert Destro and Assistant Secretary Denise Natali, to raise US concerns about ongoing violence in Nigeria, human rights, religious freedom, and trafficking in persons, and to hear from senior Nigerian Government officials how they are addressing those issues,” the statement by Ortagus said.

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The US also used the opportunity to condemn ‘the use of excessive force by military forces who fired on unarmed demonstrators in Lagos.” – click the link in bio to read the rest of this story.

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Top US officials met with Nigeria’s Vice President Yemi Osinbajo Thursday, following concerning civil unrest in the country precipitated by shooting of peaceful protesters in Lekki, Lagos on Tuesday. According to US Department of State spokesperson Morgan Ortagus, “Counselor T. Ulrich Brechbühl met with Nigerian Vice President Yemi Osinbajo today (Thursday) in Abuja, Nigeria as part of a previously scheduled delegation, which included Assistant Secretary Robert Destro and Assistant Secretary Denise Natali, to raise US concerns about ongoing violence in Nigeria, human rights, religious freedom, and trafficking in persons, and to hear from senior Nigerian Government officials how they are addressing those issues,” the statement by Ortagus said. The US also used the opportunity to condemn ‘the use of excessive force by military forces who fired on unarmed demonstrators in Lagos.” – click the link in bio to read the rest of this story. . . . . #YemiOsinbajo #MorganOrtagus #RobertDestro #us #unitedstates #lagos #abuja #buhari #muhammadubuhari #endbadgovernanceinnigeria #lagos #endsars #LIVEonARISENews #babajidesanwoolu #sanwoolu #LekkiMassacre #lagos #BlackTuesdayNigeria #LekkiGenocide #lagoscurfew #endswat #EndSarsNow #policebrutality #endsarsnotbansars #fsars #endsarsprotest #lekki #lekkitollgate #buhari #policebrutalityinnigeria #5for5

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