Lekki Shooting: Lawyer To Submit Evidence, Testify Before UK Parliament Today

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The United Kingdom Parliament is set to begin a debate on petitions seeking sanctions for Nigerian government and its officials over human rights violations and extrajudicial killings of End SARS protesters.

The debate had been earlier scheduled to hold today, November 23, 2020.

A Nigerian lawyer known as E.P Amara, has revealed that she intends to testify against the federal government while appearing before the UK parliament.

Amara laded the United Kingdom on Saturday, November 21, claiming to have evidence she will submit to the British parliament.

A petition had been filed on the UK government and parliament website, accusing the federal government and the police of violating the rights of protesters calling for an end to police brutality.



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