”I Still Carry Bullets In My Body For Over Three Weeks-Lekki Toll Gate Shooting Survivor

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Almost a month after the Lekki Tollgate shooting that happened on 20.10.20, a survivors of the shooting still has bullets in his body.

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Mr. Meshack Esanibi who is still on admission at the General Hospital, Odan, Lagos Island has narrated his ordeal after the shooting which got a bullet stuck in his limbs.

In his narration , he said

Since I was admitted after the Lekki toll gate shooting incident, the bullet has not been removed. It is still in my leg.

I don’t even know whether the bullet was the cause of the intense pain I am feeling. But I was told by a doctor that I will soon be taken into the theatre again.

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Even the result of the X-ray done on my leg was not given to me. But I observe that the doctors have it on their phone from where they assess it from time to time,”

I have been told that the only thing delaying my surgery is blood. One of the doctors explained that I lost too much blood as a result of the bullet wound I sustained and would require at least two pints of blood.

Consequently, I sent for my sister to come for the test, but she was rejected. I was told she did not look fit to donate blood.

Even the medical director visited two days ago and expressed concerns about my case.

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“I was told the surgery would have been done and the bullets removed two weeks ago if those two pints of blood had been available.

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But the doctors have reassured me that I have nothing to fear about the danger of having a bullet in my body.

They said there are still some people moving around today with bullets lodged somewhere in their respective system,” he said.

Honestly, I have no one to reach out to at the moment because all my relatives, including my only surviving brother, Jonathan, are presently in Delta State.

I cannot even reach a couple of friends I know for help as a result of the wallet and phone I lost during the Lekki toll gate shooting.

Having spent one month on this sick bed, I am tired and just want to leave.”


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