Nollywood actress Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde has called for family members to speak to those who died at the Lekki tollgate event.
The actress in a post through her Twitter account urged people to stop feeling like there would be no death.
According to her, “it is a Human Rights Offense to shoot at someone without pointing a gun at you or running away from you.”
She added that the government had yet to reveal who had ordered the terror of peace activists.
“Now that the quake is settled, we can see clearly and filter the facts from the feeling.
“Remember that the main reason is to stop the Police Brutality in Nigeria and we are still trying to find out who ordered the Terror on peace activists as long as people are not yet known. arrested MIU.
“Who armed and started the VIOLENCE and HOOLIGANISM.
“We need to find out who gave touts in BRT buses and OFFICIAL VEHICLES.
“Although the Government said that SARS had come to an end and said that they understood and were tempted, the people who were sent to the false riots on the streets were being taken away. -out!
“This is a Human Rights Crime! You will not shoot at someone who does NOT point a gun at you or run from you!
“Everyone involved in turning the protest into a Violent Rollercoaster should now be given a go!
“If not, everything else is like LIE! Calling on journalists, investigators, NGOs pls we have work to do.
“There are no lies, no fear. If people die as a result of the Lekki Toll attack, please let their people speak out and if there were not enough deaths with the feeling because it does not take away from the Crime that happened.
“Peace activists have been attacked and we want to know why and with whom,” she said.