The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has approached the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, to arrest those causing chaos in the general public for the sake of End SARS fight. VILLA UPDATES reports that the End SARS fight, which began in Lagos a couple of days back, has spread to different parts of Nigeria.
A police officer was said to have been killed by protesters in Delta State on Thursday while a police headquarters was vandalized in Ogun State on Friday.
Responding, NANS forewarned the protesters not to toss the nation into pointless emergency, saying protests going on at present in certain pieces of the nation may form into crises if care was not taken.
This was contained in an announcement made accessible to DAILY POST by NANS National Public Relations Officer, Comrade Adeyemi Azeez in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital, on Saturday.
As indicated by Adeyemi, the fights had just been seized by hoodlums who may exploit to unleash destruction on other citizens of the nation.
While surrendering that the exercises of the police power, not just that of SARS, ought to be transformed for ideal execution, Adeyemi cautioned that “we must be careful not to set the country on fire”
“We are aware that some internet fraudsters, in a bid to continue perpetrating their criminal acts, are mobilising hoodlums to protest against the activities of SARS,” he stated.
Speaking further, Adeyemi, also added that the police should arrest those causing chaos all in the name of protests.
“The police should not hesitate to arrest and prosecute anybody caught disturbing the peace of the public and causing violence all in the name of protest,” he stressed.
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