You can’t kill #ENDSARS protesters with terror, PANDEF,  Afenifere, Ohanaeze, Middle Belt tell Buhari

Written by on November 11, 2020

The Southern and Middle Belt Leaders Forum, Wednesday, tackled President Muhammadu Buhari over the clampdown on the EndSARS protesters, warning that the president cannot kill protesters with terror.

In a statement by Yinka Odumakin (South West), Chief Guy Ikokwu (South East), Senator Bassey Henshaw (South South) and Dr Isuwa Dogo (Middle Belt), the leaders also warned the Presidency that “Mafia means and state terror can’t give good outcome as we have gone past that stage.”

The statement reads:

“We did not miss the projection when we interpreted President Muhammadu Buhari’s regrets of his accepting the #ENDSARS demands  quickly as being seen as a sign of weakness  in his last broadcast as a declaration that he would bare his fangs and ruthlessly deal with the protesters after the unwarranted and wicked killings of some of them at Lekki Toll Gate and other places.

“In a clear demonstration that the people except those who fawn around him have forfeited the confidence of his government, we have not missed all the divisive and repressive steps the Federal Government has taken so far after the dust settled.

“Let us state clearly first that we are not in any way impressed by the belated and after thought measure of sending some Kaduna delegates like the Chief of Staff and the IGP round the non-Arewa sections of the country with a script to manipulate support for the ruthless killings of our young people and the barbaric desire to clamp down on social media as we have seen in the communiques  of the safaris to the South East and South West. We see the denial by Oyo Governor, Engr Seyi Makinde that the South West did not canvass the clampdown on social media as a signal that the foot soldiers of the regime are deceiving themselves to colour  the good points our people made at those sessions with the stinking propaganda of deluded colonial lords in Abuja.

Credit: vanguard.


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