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Filmmaker Ideh Chukwuma a.k.a OneSoul makes clarification on report of him ‘denying seeing dead bodies after the Lekki Toll Gate Shooting’ (video)

Filmmaker Ideh Chukwuma a.k.a OneSoul makes clarification on report of him ‘denying seeing dead bodies after the Lekki Toll Gate Shooting’ (video)

Filmmaker Ideh Chukwuma a.k.a OneSoul makes clarification on report of him

Filmmaker Ideh Chukwuma a.k.a OneSoul has made a clarification on report of him ‘denying seeing dead bodies after the Lekki Toll Gate Shooting’, following the backlash that trailed the report. 

 

Onesoul who insisted that he was speaking his truth, reiterated that DJ Switch was in a better position to talk about those that died from the shooting.
 

He further stated that he was not at the scene at the time of the shooting but only arrived to help after he heard gunshots.
 

The filmmaker who revealed that the soldiers tried stopping him from helping victims of the shooting, added that he only saw people with gunshot injuries and rushed them to the hospital.

 

 

However when accused of appearing in a video where he was being told that someone who was shot died, the filmmaker stated that the victims in the said video are from the Ajah crisis. 

 

Filmmaker Ideh Chukwuma a.k.a OneSoul makes clarification on report of him

Filmmaker Ideh Chukwuma a.k.a OneSoul makes clarification on report of him

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