Oby Ezekwesili, a archaic minister of Education, has cried out over President Muhammadu Buhari’s silence in the face of the continued nationwide protests.
The protests calling for the scrapping of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS, unit of the police have intensified regardless of government’s announcement of the disbandment of the operation.
In the mean time, captions such as ‘Cease deplorable government in Nigeria; cease deplorable governance; cease police brutality, Justice for Jimoh Isaiq; restructure Nigeria; reform the Nigeria Police’, amongst others are trending on social media and furthermore showing on placards on the streets to level to that the utter has step by step shifted from its fresh motive.
The fundamental and last time President Buhari spoke on the continued protests against brutality and extortion by operatives of SARS modified into over a twelve months previously and since then protests have persisted and have spread to simply regarding the complete fundamental cities of the nation.
And in a tweet on Saturday, Ezekwesili, a archaic presidential aspirant, acknowledged, “What if truth be told is the cease game of the
@MBuhari‘s @NigeriaGov on #EndSARS? No longer determined at all.
“Where is the President? Where if truth be told is the President at a time admire this?
“Dawdle to where your younger voters are and take them on their have turf. These other people must not backing down.”