EndSARS Protests: Activist warns against plot to deploy soldiers
Former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Comrade Timi Frank, has called on the Federal Government to shelve its alleged planned deployment of soldiers to forcefully disperse EndSARS protesters across major cities in the country.
Frank in a statement in Abuja, said credible intelligence has uncovered a plot by the Maj. General Buhari-led administration to use solders to forcefully stop the protests.
He said this was part of the resolution of a secret meeting between the presidency officials and top hierarchy of the military recently.
He said that the meeting was held at the instance of the President who has equally given a go ahead to use solders to stop the protests.
He advised Buhari not to use military might against peaceful protesters who are exercising their democratic rights to peacefully demonstrate to call attention and solution to grave socio-economic ills in the country.
He reminded Buhari and the Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai military that if military force did not work in Sudan, Burkina Faso and Mali,it will not work in Nigeria as well.
He called on Nigerians and members of the international community to hold Buhari and Nigerian military authorities responsible for any harm that may befall any of the protesting youths should the federal government deploy soldiers to attack them.
The Bayelsa-born political activist however urged the EndSARS protesters to be vigilant as they maintain their peaceful demonstrations.
Comrade Timi Frank
Political activist and former Deputy National Publicity Secretary to the APC.
- Ijaw Women Of America Put Smiles On The Faces Of Biseni People In Bayelsa State
- I will use the Senate seat to build bridges of empowerment, development to Bayelsa”— APC senatorial candidate
- Lagos Government Orders Investigation Into The Shooting At Lekki Toll Gate
- BBN. I have never requested for money to join EndSARS Protest Trikytee)
- Aisha Buhari, El-Rufai, Wike, Matawale, Onyeama, Bag Democracy Heroes Awards