“I’ve Learnt My Lesson” – Sanwo Olu Speaks On #EndSars Incident, Seeks Re-election (SEE VIDEO)

Babajide Sanwo-Olu, the governor of Lagos State, has acknowledged that his administration’s performance during the EndSars protest and the Lekki shooting was subpar.

Sanwo-Olu claimed to have learned his lessons during an interview on Wednesday’s episode of ARISE TV.

He claimed that given the severity of the occurrence, no leader would refuse to participate in a forensic investigation to determine what had taken place.

In place of the social media messages, the governor stated that he was more interested in learning the truth about what transpired on October 20, 2022, when the Nigerian army opened fire on unarmed civilians. Sanwo-Olu urged everyone to play a role-play or put themselves in his shoes instead of worrying about “who gave the order” instead.

He continued by saying that, unlike what occurred before the presidential election, ordering the troops to the Lekki tollgate was not within his power or jurisdiction.

Babajide Sanwo-Olu has started releasing seized vehicles to their owners without collecting fines in the meantime.

According to GISTNGR, the state’s transportation commissioner, Frederic Oladeinde, announced this on Tuesday.

He claims that the decision was made to help its citizens who were experiencing cash shortages as a result of the Central Bank of Nigeria’s program of Naira redesign.

Oladeinde pointed out that the exercise, which started last Saturday and is still going on, is just for cars that have been detained for very minor traffic infractions.

He continued by urging everyone who committed crimes during the Naira shortage to pick up their cars.

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