Lekki shooting update!! What judicial panel saw at military hospital yesterday!!

The Nine-man judicial panel set up by the government of Lagos State visited the scene of last week incident at Lekki toll gate. After they finished their investigation at Lekki toll gate which they found 5 bullet shell casings, they proceeded to the military hospital. Though at first men of the Nigerian Army didn’t allow the judicial panel into the Military hospital, they noted that they are there to do an investigation concerning the killings that happened at the Lekki toll gate on Tuesday October 20, 2020. The Lagos Judicial panel revealed they received a secret message that some of the victims who lost their lives during the Lekki incident were in that surrounding. Later, the press and other members found out that the undisclosed location is a Military Hospital located along Awolowo road in Ikoyi area of Lagos state. The panel, which at first met with resistance from the military later gained entrance into the facilities. Upon gaining access, it was discovered that all the facilities were not functioning and under renovations, these including the morgue, empty hospital rooms, with planks and other renovation materials littering the floor of the hospital. Upon access into the Military Hospital, the hospital morgue is non-functional as the Military said it has been undergoing renovation.

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Alumni association of Nigerian Military School reveal musician Duncan Mighty was never a student of the school

Popular musician Duncan Mighty has come under fire from an alumni association of the Nigerian Military School Zaria. Trouble started when Duncan Mighty posted a photo of himself and several army officers claiming that the he was an ex boy of the school. The alumni association of the NMS took to their Instagram page to raise an alarm that Mighty is not an old boy of their school. In their press release, the association stated that the popular musician needs to stop parading himself as having attended the school because they have evidence to support the fact that he did not attend the class he claims to have graduated with. Read their post below: “In response to the outrageously false allegations posted on the 2nd of July 2018, by one Duncan Wene Mighty Okechukwu simply known as Duncan Mighty via his Instagram handle @duncanmighty The Nigerian Military School Class of 99 (Also known as NMS93) would like to express it’s disappointment with Mr. Duncan Wene Mighty Okechukwu’s claims and issue the following statement to the media and to the public. 1. Duncan Wene Mighty Okechukwu was never a member of the NMS Class he claims in his Instagram post which has since gone viral on social media platforms and the internet at large. 2. He was never a boy/student of Bravo Company. 3. He has never attended either academic or military trainings as required for a student of the Nigerian Military School, 4. He is not an Ex-Boy (By definition and implication, an Ex-Boy is an individual who was admitted, successfully completed required military and academic trainings and with merit graduated from the Nigerian Military school with a testimonial credential signifying same) 5. He is no course mate of any genuine member of the graduating class of NMS99 also referred ceremoniously as The 41st Passing Out Platoon. The NMS93 Alumni Association humbly requests that Mr. Duncan Wene Mighty Okechukwu desist from posing as an alumnus for whatever reasons or benefits[…]

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Alumni association of Nigerian Military School reveal musician Duncan Mighty was never a student of the school

Popular musician Duncan Mighty has come under fire from an alumni association of the Nigerian Military School Zaria. Trouble started when Duncan Mighty posted a photo of himself and several army officers claiming that the he was an ex boy of the school. The alumni association of the NMS took to their Instagram page to raise an alarm that Mighty is not an old boy of their school. In their press release, the association stated that the popular musician needs to stop parading himself as having attended the school because they have evidence to support the fact that he did not attend the class he claims to have graduated with. In response to the outrageously false allegations posted on the 2nd of July 2018, by one Duncan Wene Mighty Okechukwu simply known as Duncan Mighty via his Instagram handle @duncanmighty The Nigerian Military School Class of 99 (Also known as NMS93) would like to express it’s disappointment with Mr. Duncan Wene Mighty Okechukwu’s claims and issue the following statement to the media and to the public. 1. Duncan Wene Mighty Okechukwu was never a member of the NMS Class he claims in his Instagram post which has since gone viral on social media platforms and the internet at large. 2. He was never a boy/student of Bravo Company. 3. He has never attended either academic or military trainings as required for a student of the Nigerian Military School, 4. He is not an Ex-Boy (By definition and implication, an Ex-Boy is an individual who was admitted, successfully completed required military and academic trainings and with merit graduated from the Nigerian Military school with a testimonial credential signifying same) 5. He is no course mate of any genuine member of the graduating class of NMS99 also referred ceremoniously as The 41st Passing Out Platoon. The NMS93 Alumni Association humbly requests that Mr. Duncan Wene Mighty Okechukwu desist from posing as an alumnus for whatever reasons or benefits known to him. The[…]

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