#LekkiMassacre: “A Soldier Shot Me at Lekki”
A Nigerian man has narrated the story how he escaped loss of life after a soldier shot at him throughout protest.
It was gathered that Anthony Ogbe was amongst these shot at by troopers throughout Tuesday’s protest that turned lethal.
The survivor who’s receiving free therapy at Grandville Medical and Laser Centre, Lekki, stated a number of hospitals rejected him earlier than he ended up at Grandville.
He stated he was shot on the chest and needed to be taken to the theatre to be saved.
“It was a soldier that shot me at Lekki. I used to be rejected from completely different hospitals earlier than I received admitted right here and my life was saved,” he stated.
“They didn’t gather cash to deal with me; neither do they know my individuals.
“I used to be taken to the theatre in order that they might convey the blood that’s in my chest out, and that’s what is passing by this pipe.
“I assumed I had died, as a result of my blood was simply gushing out like pump. I by no means knew I’d nonetheless be alive. We thank God for this hospital. Glory be to God.”