One of the victims of the Lekki shooting that happened on Tuesday, October 20 has shared his gruesome experience after he was shot that night.
The survivor, identified as Anthony Ogbe, who was rejected in several hospitals, is currently receiving free treatment at Grandville Medical and Laser Centre, Lekki.
In a brief interview with the CEO of Kokun Foundation, he revealed that he was shot by soldiers at the Lekki toll gate.
His statement negates reports that the shooting was a figment of people’s imagination.
“It was a soldier that shot me at Lekki. I was rejected from different hospitals before I got admitted here and my life was saved.
“They didn’t collect money to treat me; neither do they know my people.
“I was taken to the theatre so that they could bring the blood that is in my chest out, and that is what is passing through this pipe.
“I thought I had died, because my blood was just gushing out like pump. I never knew I would still be alive. We thank God for this hospital. Glory be to God.”