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President Buhari Sends Strong Warning to Endsars Protesters – Read What He Said.
The EndSARS saga that everyone thought was over has stylishly resumed with some news about the destruction of Government properties in several places.
The initial protest was for the disbandment of the department of Special Anti-robbery Squad (SARS) which was known for its atrocities and extra-judicial killings of Nigerian youths.
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The first EndSARS protest led to an unhappy end as several police stations were burnt, police killed and many Innocent youths lost their lives to the course.
After the first wave of protest, the government started arresting some youth that participated in the struggle and went to the level of freezing some people’s bank account because they facilitated and sponsored the protest.
Recall the protest started when some women in Lagos who alleged that they are protesting for the sake of their children.
Now the protest has grown viral as youths in Lagos and Abuja have began the second wave of protest.
President Mohammadu Buhari has reacted to the protest. According to him, he vows to deal with violent protesters while hailing the military on EndSARS.
Can you deduce anything from that word?
Most protests are actually not violet in Nigeria until it leads to the killing of protesters by the security operatives which was exactly what happened with ENDSARS.
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