22.11.2021 news ‘You’re Next’ — #EndSARS Protester ‘Gets Death Threat’

Published 22nd Nov, 2021


A day after an attack on Kamsi Ibeh, an #EndSARS protester who was one of the testifiers before the Lagos State Judicial Panel on Restitution for Victims of SARS Related Abuses and Other Matters, was stabbed multiple times, another protester says she has received a death threat.

Dabira Olayinka, the protester who was marked for elimination in the picture, said she and four others had taken Kamsi to a hospital on Victoria Island, only to find a strange envelope when they returned to Dabira’s car.

“Turning to put Kamsi in the back seat of the car, I noticed that the door on the passengers side in front had the envelope at the handle,” said one of the quintet who asked not to be name for security reasons.

“I removed it and looked at it. Lo and behold it was a threat letter. I started to panick.”

READ MORE: BREAKING: #EndSARS Protester Kamsi Ibeh Stabbed Like a Thief ‘for Appearing Before Panel’

Sam Isah, another protester, told FIJ he suspected a dark-skinned guy loitering around the car.

“I suspected a dark-skinned guy wearing a jersey and pants, who, as we were coming down, was climbing up,” Sam told FIJ.

“He saw us when we were raising the alarm. He had a funny look but we couldn’t do anything because we had no evidence.”

FIJ understands the protesters intend to lodge a formal complaint with the police, via their lawyers.

Published 22nd Nov, 2021



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