Nigerian President Buhari has given a speech some hours after protesters have done something awkward on Murtala Muhammed Airport and National Stadium Surulere by blocking the road in return for the federal govt to Endsars killings and brutality in the country.
Mr.president Buhari addressing the endsars matter on his verified social media twitter for the first time in about a two-minute broadcast uploaded on his verified Twitter handle, @MBuhari, following the nationwide protest against the killing of youth and brutality by the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad, The Nigerian Police Force has said that dissolving the Special Anti-Robbery Squad is the first step to reforming Nigerian force.
The president has said this to Nigerians below: video by Kemifilani
Naijapalaba News reports that the protesters blocked the Murtala Muhammed Access Plaza displaying placards with various inscriptions today.
The protesters gathered around 10am and blocked motorists trying to access the Local airport by setting up their stand at the Murtala Mohammed Airport Access Plaza, thereby causing gridlock at the roundabout.
Many intended travellers had to find alternative means of transportation.
Singing songs of solidarity, they carried placards with inscriptions such as “iPhone no be gun”, “SARSMUSTEND”, “Chibuike Amana deserves justice”.
Singer David Adeleke who is better known as Davido has joined the EndSars protest an announced that he will be storming Mohammed Adamu’s office current Inspector General of Police office today.
Davido flying down to Abuja to Endsars has shown Nigerian youth support against the killings and brutality of Sars, he has also taken to his social media page (twitter, and mini blog pages) to make an announcement.
Naijapalaba.com has gathered that Davido #DMW is expected to put down all the youth protesting demand against police and sars and brutality He wrote:
“I am meeting with the Inspector General of Police tomorrow at 10 am …. all my colleagues if you can get to Abuja tomorrow before 10 am and follow me to the meeting! It would mean a lot,” Naijapalaba News recalls that the IGP Adamu had earlier announced the disbandment of SARS, following days of online and offline protests.