Shehu Sani, a former Kaduna Central Senator has reacted to the planned #EndSars Anniversary.
Sani while speaking at a program called the Signature Show, said protest in the Nigerian context is a revolt against a system or Government.
The Activist added that SARS were known to be notorious in its activities and conduct. That they operated with impunity and without accountability.
He stated that SARS triggered the protest but in a broader perspective, the long neglect of the youths by a few Political class who put their interest above that of the citizens was the actual cause of the protest.
He concluded that Nigeria is blessed with many natural resources that could be enough for the citizens but a few people in the Political class converted it for their family thereby creating a wide gap between the rich and the poor.
Sani said this made the youths rise up to protest in order that the decades of neglect and other issues will be addressed.
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