Former Governor Gbenga Daniel of Ogun State on Friday declared his help for Nigerian youths who’ve been on the streets to name for an finish to police brutality and operations of the disbanded Particular Anti-Theft Squad (SARS) unit of the Nigeria Police Power, DAILY POST studies.
Gbenga Daniel, in a press release on his social media handles, mentioned “#ENDSARS is the subjective situation for an impending revolution on the journey in direction of restructuring of our nation’s political system.”
The previous Governor mentioned he shared within the pains of the Nigerian youth, who he mentioned have been victims of unemployment, poor training and poor economic system for lengthy.
“I share within the pains of Nigerian youth who for lengthy have been victims of social deprivations akin to restricted alternatives, unemployment, poor economic system and training,” he famous.
As leaders, Daniel opined that, “we have to pay attention clearly to them; we should match our phrases and with the suitable actions,” saying “#EndPolicebrutality.”
DAILY POST studies that the relaunched Abeokuta protest has continued to assemble momentum with celebrities and aides of Gov Dapo Abiodun becoming a member of the protesters.
Whereas they barricade the Okemosan-Kuto highway in addition to the Panseke-Ibara highway, some aides of Gov Abiodun joined to establish with the protesters, who’ve since remained law-abiding.
Earlier in the present day the Senior Particular Assistant to Gov Abiodun, Emmanuel Ojo; Guide to the Governor on Media, Ogunpola Damilola and the Particular Assistant to the Governor on Youths, Lamide Lawal, had been all on the NNPC junction, in Abeokuta, venue of the protest.
Celebrities like Kiss Daniel, Yemi Sodimu and others had been additionally on the rally, which has caused gridlock within the state capital.
DAILY POST recollects that the Finish SARS protest has taken a brand new dimension in Ogun State as residents are already calling for the restore of roads, particularly in Ota axis.
In the meantime, Gov Abiodun mentioned he’s “assuring #EndSARS protesters in Ogun State of their proper to peaceable protest, safety, and our identification with their calls for.
“Mo ti sọ̀rọ̀ sókè. #EndSARS #EndPoliceBrutality,” Abiodun added.