A Foreign Policy and a Security Analyst, Adib Saani, has revealed that at point of watching and listening to some of the testimonies of persons who appeared before the committee set up to probe the Ejura killings, he told his friend that thanks God for the media and thank God for social media.
Adib Saani made this statement on 'THE KEYPOINTS' program today on TV3 when he gave his opinion on the proceedings of the committee probing the Ejura incident.
According to him, a lot of the testimonies can be termed as confusing, inconsistent, and sometimes laughable, to say the least.
"The media was blamed. I am still trying to make sense of why the media was blamed for reporting the truth, for showing us the footage. At a point, I told a friend that thanks God for the media, and I thank God for social media. I am pretty sure if we had not seen the footage, some persons would have said it was a warlike situation and protesters were firing G-3 rifles." He said
He added that we all saw what happened at Ejura, and we didn't need anybody to narrate to us before we drew our conclusions. He said that there were a lot of operational deficiencies listening to the testimonies of the security personnel.
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