Jerry John Rawlings, former head of state of Ghana has also added his voice to the violent crimes in Nigeria.
The former president said he’s heart goes out to all Nigerians asking them to ensure a non-violent engagement.
He further asked that all parties involved should endeavor to act with integrity.
“My heart goes out to #Nigeria and #Nigerians and I encourage all to move towards non-violent engagement. All conscientious citizens of Africa must condemn the bloodshed and call on all parties to act with integrity before the crisis get out of control,” the former soldier said, adding that “We call for integrity and the circumspection of all personnel involved.”
Unarmed EndSars protesters were yesterday, 21st October shot at and killed at the toll gate in Lekki sparking condemnation from all over the world.
The protesters had difiled curfew hours to protest.