The citizens of Nigeria collectively organized to begin a massive protest on June 12, 2021. In one voice, every Nigerian wants to protest against the high rate of insecurity, killings in the South East, bad leadership and many more. However, there have been rumors that the protest may turn violent and a warning from the US embassy.
Photo from the #EndSARS protest last year used for illustration
Despite all that has been said regarding the #June12 protest, Senator Shehu Sani has taken his time to share his opinion on the matter. He stated how the protest should be carried out and the things that should not be allowed to happen.
Senator Shehu said that protesters should be allowed to peacefully protest. He also said that no security forces should try to suppress or intimidate the citizens when they are protesting.
Furthermore, he added that there should not be any attacks by sponsored hoodlums in an attempt to hijack the protest.
His post generated reactions. Most people agreed with all he said in the comments. Some said that there is a high chance of hoodlums hijacking the protest.
Checkout some of their comments below.
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