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We are loosing focus and trivializing our frustration if we turn these protests to carnivals – Actress Bisola warns

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Actress, Bisola Aiyeola, has warned #EndSARS protesters not to turn the protest into a carnival. She is of the opinion that turning the protests into a carnival will only trivialize the frustrations that had led to the protests.

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Taking to her Instagram page on Friday Friday October 14, Bisola wrote;

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”My people, My people. If we turn these protests to carnivals, we are loosing focus oo and trivializing our frustration. Not everything is party party. Remember those who have died and those whose source of income has been halted.

#EndSARS: We are loosing focus and trivializing our frustration if we turn these protests to carnivals - Actress Bisola warns

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“Where is your conscience?” Stephanie Linus questions Nigerians leaders as she calls for an end to police brutality

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Stephanie Linus had a few questions for Nigerian leaders regarding the police brutality citizens are subjected to.

The actress, who has been lending her voice to the End SARS protest, took to Twitter to write:

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“Time to hold our leaders accountable! No more shenanigans!!! Nigerian Na for all of US. Nobody head big pass. Sssssssss(long hiss) How can you sit and watch your people suffer and die like dogs! Where is your conscience?”

"Where is your conscience?" Stephanie Linus questions Nigerians leaders as she calls for an end to police brutality

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‘I Regret Creating SARS’ – Former Commissioner Of Police

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A former Commissioner of Police, Fulani Kwajafa has disclosed that he really regrets establishing the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).

This comes after the widespread brutalities meted out to Nigerians by SARS officials that has resulted in the #EndSARS protests.

Speaking in a recent interview with the BBC Hausa, he said;

“I entered the Nigeria Police Force in 1984. Then robbery was prevalent. Buhari, the then Head of State, got a lot of complaints. He told me and Mr Inyang, the then IGP, that we must do something about it or be fired.

Mr Inyang called me and told me to come up with a plan to save the country from thieves, so I said okay.

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After four months of creating SARS, there was peace, those who were not caught ran, and those who were caught were sent to prison.

This thing frustrates me, there is no reason why because someone commits a crime that the person should be killed. There are laws and no one will give an order that if you see armed robbers kill the person.

I’ve been hearing disheartening news, to the extent that I have thought to myself that it seems among the SARS officials, there are armed robbers.

This is not why we created SARS, the reason is completely different, this is not the purpose. In fact, when I am mentioned as the creator of SARS, I feel ashamed. It’s a thing of regret for me.

If I had known it would be like this, I wouldn’t have created it because people who know when I established the unit always say to be, is it not Kwajafa’s baby? But this is not what I birthed, it has been changed.”

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This government should not act as if people trust them – Seun Kuti

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Nigerian Singer, Seun Kuti has called on the federal government to grant the request of #EndSARS protesters and not make decisions like they have the trust of the masses.

Seun Kuti made this call while speaking of Channels TV’s “Sunday Politics” programme.

Commenting on the federal government’s claim of meeting all the request of the young protesters and calling for an end to the protest, the singer stated that the government does not fully get what is being demanded and what the protest is about.

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He said;

“This government should not act as if people trust them. They should not wear that toga for themselves. That is what I am saying.

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“People should not sit in their high offices in Abuja. Bring yourself off your high horse. Come and relate with the people that just voted for you. Come and really hear what is going on.

“They have done judicial enquiry against SARS two years ago, what came out of it? It was this same government.”

On claims of the protest being hijacked, Seun Kuti said;

“Don’t feel victimized, don’t think there is somebody trying to get you. No. These are your people trying to talk to you.

“This is actually a moment that we can actually build a bridge (between the government and the people), but they don’t want to hear that.”

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