In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 22nd, October, 2020

ECOWAS Reacts, Tells FG What To Do

ECOWAS Reacts, Tells FG What To Do

ECOWAS

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ECOWAS Fee has raised alarm whereas frowning on the violence happening in Nigeria as youths protest towards police brutality.

 

The Fee in a press assertion it launched on Wednesday titled: ‘ENDSARS PROTESTS IN NIGERIA’ referred to as on the federal government to handle points raised by the protesters.

 

ECOWAS Fee notes that, “in an effort to handle the calls for of the protesting youth, the Federal Authorities of Nigeria took essential choices relating to disbandment of SARS, complete police reforms and investigation of circumstances of police brutality”.

 

It, subsequently, inspired the Nigerian Authorities to conduct the investigation quickly.

 

“ECOWAS Fee appeals to the Federal Authorities of Nigeria, the Nigerian youth and the civil society to urgently pursue dialogue for an early and amicable decision of this social unrest and preserve the Nigerian picture as a bastion of regulation and order.

“Whereas ECOWAS Fee acknowledges the correct of residents to freedom of expression and peaceable meeting and protests, it additionally needs to emphasize that these rights needs to be exercised in a non-violent method.

 

“On this regard, ECOWAS Fee calls on all protesters to stay peaceable within the conduct of their demonstrations”, the assertion learn.

 

The regional fee additionally urged the Nigerian safety operatives to train restraint within the dealing with of the protests and act professionally.

 

“ECOWAS Fee expresses its condolences to the households and pals of those that have misplaced their lives in the course of the protests and desires the injured a speedy restoration”, it prayed.

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