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End SARS: Gov Abiodun begs youths to end protests

Governor Dapo Abiodun has appealed to Nigerian youths agitating for an finish to the actions of the defunct Particular Anti-Theft Squad (SARS) unit of the Nigeria Police to place an finish to the protests.

In a press release on Tuesday, Gov Abiodun pleaded youths to convey an finish to the protests which has led to stampedes and accidents.

Abiodun appealed to the #EndSARS demonstrators in Ogun to be peaceable, calm and civil of their conduct and never enable the lofty concept behind the protest be hijacked by hoodlums and self-serving folks.

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However, the Governor additionally urged safety companies to train nice restraint and keep away from using pressure whereas managing peaceable protests.

Based on the assertion signed by the Ogun Governor’s Chief Press Secretary, Kunle Somorin, Abiodun mentioned he “recognized with the targets of the protest in opposition to regulation enforcement companies brutalising the residents.”

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He insisted {that a} peaceable protest is a reputable manner of exhibiting grievances in opposition to perceived high-handedness or injustice with any system.

The Governor assured that the State will facilitate investigation into any act of brutality by regulation enforcement companies, compensation of the victims, identification and holding the erring regulation enforcement officers accountable.

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“The youth ought to enable the deliberate reform of the police, beginning with the speedy disbandment of the Particular Anti-Theft Squad (SARS) and different measures already introduced by President Muhammadu Buhari,” he begged.

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