The president said the protesters were “criminals and murderers” sent from abroad to destabilise his government.
“Silence is the loudest shout. We want our rights back. We want a revolution. We express sadness for our fallen heroes.”
Lebanon’s unemployment rate is expected to rise above 40 per cent in 2021 and the poverty rate is estimated at 78 per cent.
The thugs are believed to be sponsored by the government of governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu.
“I can assure you that the Armed Forces of Nigeria are disciplined…Remember, we are not talking about the police but the Armed Forces of Nigeria.”
“In view of the conflicting interest between the pro and anti-#EndSARS anniversary groups and threat to cause mayhem….”
The governors hinged their opposition to the constitutionally guaranteed freedom of association and expression to the unfavorable security situation in the state.
“The miscreants later extended the protest to Gauraka Police outpost, vandalised and set it ablaze.”
The Capitol police are having a torrid time trying to contain the threats of protesters trying to break into the chambers.
The country has been plunged into a constitutional crisis