In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 14th, October, 2020

Some Folks Made Billions From #EndSARS Negotiations

Some People Made Billions From #EndSARS Negotiations

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Nigerian activist and newspaper publsher, Omoyele Sowore, has accused individuals of benefiting financially from the #EndSARS negotiations.

Sowore says some people have made billions of naira from the negotiations to place an finish to the nationwide protests.

Sowore, who’s the Writer of Sahara Reporters, mentioned this in a tweet on Wednesday whereas reacting to stories that enterprise leaders and a few social media influencers had entered into negotiations.

He tweeted, “I can’t be a part of any negotiations concerning #ENDSARS, many have entered into these negotiations and are available out of the opposite facet turning into billionaires, to them it’s a sport! The one negotiation I’ll ever have interaction in is that of the give up of our oppressors! #RevolutionNow.”

Activist, Aisha Yesufu, had on Tuesday admitted that some enterprise leaders, together with the Governor of the Central Financial institution of Nigeria, Godwin Emefiele, held a Zoom assembly with some youth influencers, asking them to place an finish to the protests.

She, nonetheless, mentioned she instructed the CBN governor to ask the President, Main Normal Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), to satisfy the calls for of the protesters as a substitute.

Experiences had it that media entrepreneur, Debola Williams, prevailed on the youth leaders to finish the protests, an allegation he denied.

Nonetheless, on Wednesday, the Convener of the #EndSARS motion, Segun Awosanya aka Segalink, complained that the protests had been hijacked.

Hundreds of youths throughout the nation have within the final one week been protesting in opposition to the harassment and extrajudicial killings perpetrated primarily by the Particular Anti-Theft Squad of the police.

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The police authorities have since disbanded the unit and renamed it Particular Weapons and Techniques unit.

Nonetheless, the protests have continued with many demanding for extra reforms.

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