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SARS Dissolution a Contradiction - Oby Ezekwesili

SARS Dissolution a Contradiction
The former minister of Education and Solid Minerals, Dr. Oby Ezekwesili has tasked the President and Commander in Chief of the armed forces, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari to call the Police to order after the announcement of the dissolution of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad by the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu today 11th October 2020.

Dr. Ezekwesili who noticed that the protesters in Abuja are still been harassed by the security operatives, says she remains confused as to why the youths are been tortured. She made this known through her Twitter handle. 

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"I am quite puzzled at the contradiction of the IG’s announcement of “dissolution of SARS

” and yet the Abuja #EndSARSImmediately Protesters are right this moment being brutalized in the city. Muhammadu Buhari, reign in the Nigerian Police.You are their C-in-C. They must stop the blood," she said.

In another statement, the former Vice president of the World Bank on the dissolution, says it's a mere proclamation until the execution is put into place. While maintaining her ground on the end SARS saga, she praised the Youths for their doggedness and resilience throughout the course of the protests.

Before then, she has lent her voice by calling on the Federal Government to respect the rights of the young ones not to violate it.

Meanwhile, other well-meaning Nigerians have joined their voices in asking the President to issue orders to the Police against shooting at the protesters. Popular Nigerian artiste musician, Davido who just arrived in Abuja said he witnessed the shooting and the detention of some of the protesters and have demanded their release. 

"I’m on ground right now in Abuja and it’s chaos !! Whaaaaaat????? Over 20 protesters were arrested for no reason and they must be released .. they were shot at and arrested!! We can not take this!" he declares.

Other Celebrities who joined at the end of SARS protests include; Toyin Abraham, Olu Jacobs, Don Jazzy amongst others. These protests had gathered momentum both locally and internationally for the past few days following the brutal killings of some youths by the men of the FSARS.

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