Revolutionary ENDSARS protesters were met with a taste of anti-protesters who were allegedly sponsored by an anonymous politician in Abuja to disrupt the End SARS protests; but instead of the ENDSARS protesters to run out of fear, the thugs who were identified to be Hausa, fled for their lives even as some of them were caught and severely beaten.
— Naijapals Gistmania (@Naijapals) October 14, 2020
The thugs when interrogated were discovered to have been paid, with some sources suggesting they were paid 1,500 naira to disrupt the protests which has now spread like wildfire all over the country.
The protesters also showed their humanity side this way, after they finished beating thugs, they took them to hospital and even fed them. The sarcastic move has drawn the applause of youths all over the country who have seen the ASUU strike as a blessing in disguise as it has now given them the leverage to protest against an irresponsible Nigerian Government.
BREAKING NEWS!! One of the leaders of the Pro Sars Hausa Fulani Thugs that attacked harmless Protesters at Berger Abuja finally arrested in Area one..
— Haliidu (@___socialmisfit) October 14, 2020
Various protesters in their thousands have taken all over the streets of major cities in the country especially in the southern part of the country to protest against bad governance, police brutality, and the trouble of having to deal with the special anti-robbery unit called SARS who are known to terrorize young Nigerians tagging them fraudsters. The Inspector General of Police who has been involved in a series of various meetings could not help but bow to pressure, as he dissolved SARS.
However, the dissolving of SARS and forming another new unit they called SWAT has drawn the criticisms of young Nigerians who believe the new outfit would not be different from the dissolved one. Many young people cited that the new outfit would be made up of the same men who have been brutal to them and who have in cases in the past dealt with young Nigerians who paid the utmost price with their lives for accusing them of personalities they are not.
We were at Berger, protesting peacefully when Hausa/Fulani thugs attacked us with sticks and knifes. They beat some of us and destroyed vehicles. Here are the full details, as covered by me. Please, retweet. #EndBadGoveranceInNigeria #EndSWAT#AbujaProtests pic.twitter.com/BeU3e7i267
— Which Way’s Home? (@good_pikinnn) October 14, 2020
“Here is the dagger we found on one of the hoodlums” – Abuja Protester
— The Herald (@HeraldNG) October 14, 2020