EndSARS: We Thought We’re Going To Die – Police Survivors

Policemen attached to the Lagos State Police Command, have described the moment hoodlums ambushed them under the guise of #EndSARS protest as a moment they would ever live to remember.

The victims said they were still in shock as to the level of anger and hatred for the police by young Nigerians.

They said the day started for them just like every other working day, but assumed a frightening dimension before noon.

Inspector Imole Gbenga, attached to the state anti-crime outfit, the Rapid Response Squad (RRS), said he thought he was going die when the vehicles conveying them to their various duty post ran into some arsonists at Adekunle bus stop, on Herbert Macaulay Way, Yaba.

Gbenga said the hoodlums, who were armed with dangerous weapons, attacked their convoy.

According to him, the attackers approached the convoy from all sides, making it almost impossible for them to defend themselves.

“I thought I was going to die when one of the hoodlums hit me on the head with a rod,” he said.

The Area Commander, Area “J” Police Command Lagos, ACP Olugbemi Gbolahan, also gave a bit-by-bit account of how he sustained a fatal injury when one of the protesters in Lagos ran over his leg with a car.

The unfortunate incident, he explained, occurred penultimate Tuesday during the protest in the Ajah area of the state.

“I was on ground to personally monitor and provide security for the protesters when the accident happened. I was saved by divine grace. The injury would have been more devastating if not for God’s intervention.

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