Former presidential candidate, politician and businessman Adamu Garba recently took to his official Facebook handle to give his support for the EndSARS memorial protest currently happening in some parts of the country.
Photo credit: Facebook.
The EndSARS memorial movement:
Source: the guardian newspapers.
The former presidential candidate and businessman voiced out his support for the youths and urged them to take the lead and build a prosperous Nigeria as some them embarked on the EndSARS memorial movement.
Adamu Garba however, urged the protesters and participants of the EndSARS memorial movement to be civil, couth, watchful, organized, and shouldn't allow foreign interference or hoodlums attacks.
“I stand for the EndSARSMemorial. Our country deserves better, let the youth take the lead and build a prosperous Nigeria.
Let’s be civil, organized and reject foreign interference or hoodlums attacks. Be watchful”. Adamu Garba said as he gave his support for the EndSARS memorial movement.
Source: Adamu Garba Facebook handle.
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