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#EndSARSProtests 2021: Vice President Yemi Osinbajo Led NEC Meeting Advises Alternative Means of Engagement

The #EndSARS started as a Media Campaign on Twitter in the early days of October 2020, this Media Campaign led to massive protests across the Nigeria Federation, which was highly hijacked by hoodlums back then.

October 20, 2020 was a memorable day for Nigerian Youths most especially Nigerian Youths in Lekki Tollgate Lagos State Nigeria. The day the #EndSARS Protests got to a limelight and made Nigerian Youths present at the Lekki Tollgate surrender their will to Federal Government of Nigeria.

The Social Media particularly Instagram made it clear to the world what happened that day. One month after, a renowned Media Giant CNN release a clear documentary about the massacre in Lekki Tollgate Lagos State Nigeria in October 20, 2020.

However Federal Government of Nigeria denied being the master planner of the Lekki Tollgate Massacre on October 20, 2020.

Bearly 6 Days to 1 year (October 20, 2021) of the tragic event of #EndSARSProtest The National Economic Council led by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo held a meeting on Friday October 15
, 2021 at the State House.

In the Meeting held at the State House The National Economic Council advises other alternative means of engagement to #EndSARSProtesters. The protesters were advised base on insecurity in the Nigeria Federation not to engage in protests in order for the protests not to be hijacked by hoodlums and some enemies of the Nigeria State.

Addressing the members of National Economic Council (NEC) Vice President Yemi Osinbajo made these statements below in an advisory…….

“While appreciating the role of lawful peaceful protests in the advancement of public discourse under democratic governance, the National Economic Council (NEC) strongly advise those planning public protests across the country to mark the anniversary of the #EndSARS, to consider other lawful alternative means of engagement,”

The National Economic Council further explain thus….

“This is because of the current security situation across the country and the possibility of such protests being hijacked by armed hoodlums and other opportunistic criminals to cause mayhem at such protest events and venues. Council, therefore, urges the organisers to reconsider their plan.”

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