Nigerians Eager To Begin Second Phase Of #EndSARS Protest: Here’s Everything We Know

Nigerians Eager To Begin Second Phase Of #EndSARS Protest: Here’s Everything We Know

Nigerians are eager to begin the second phase of #EndSARS protest across the country, Mandy News reports.

Citizens of the largest BlacK Nation in the world, Nigeria, took to microblogging and social networking service, Twitter on Thursday, December 3 to voice their anger and frustration as they realise the country Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu files suit to stop ongoing state judicial panels on police brutality.

Here’s Everything We Know

With more than 1000 filed petitions by victims of police brutality, the Inspector General of Police, Muhammad Adamu was reportedly seeking a court order to stop the ongoing state judicial panel, Punch News report.

Less than 24 hours after the news was published, a second phase protest begins as elderly men and women took to the streets today at the Tejuosho Market, Yaba, Lagos demanding for justice and an end to police brutality.

According to legal Practitioner and Human Rights Activist, Inibehe Effiong, he said; “The case filed by the police is designed to stall hearings at the various panels of Inquiry across the country. They may begin to raise objections that there is a pending lawsuit on the subject and that the panels should stay proceedings until the case is determined.”

A Nigerian lawyer, human rights advocate, and former Students union leader, Abdul Mahmud said; “You see that IGP denial of a case instituted against Judicial Panels, take it with a trailer of salt. That was how Aodonaka SAN denied he was briefed on freezing of #Endsars supporters’ accounts, only to appear yesterday against Adegboruwa SAN who’s challenging the CBN”

The rules for the second wave of #EndSARS protests.
– One or Two Locations per state.
– No Overnight Protests.

– Unfreezing of all bank accounts related to the #EndSARS protests
– Release of illegally detained peaceful protesters
– Justice for victims of 20•10•20

A Nigerian singer, Charles Oputa who is popularly known as Charly Boy also set to lead a protest he said, “You can’t kill all of us, we are a determined generation”
“This is a long drawn battle against the oppressors
They killed our comrades, they laid their bodies waste, they killed our brothers, they dumped their bodies in rivers. They made wives widows, they made children orphans, they brought sorrow, tears and blood, its their regular trademark, we are not backing down.

Justice justice justice, innocent bloodshed keep crying
We demand an end to this evil, wicked, government, and we shall take over the streets till the oppressors are flushed out, we are not backing down. It is not a crime to want to have a future,” he wrote.

1, Buhari, Buratai, Sanwo-Olu, must resign and face ICC for killing innocent Nigerians at Lekki toll
2, free all #endsars protesters
3. Unfreeze all bank accounts of #endsars protesters
4. Referendum

Lagos: Lekki toll
Abuja: national assembly, Aso villa
Osun: Osun state house of assembly
Ogun: Ogun state house of assembly
Kaduna: Kaduna state house of assembly
Port Harcourt: port Harcourt house of assembly
Edo: Edo state house of assembly
Ekiti: Ekiti house of assembly
Katsina: katsina house of assembly
Ondo: Ondo state house of assembly

All other states: state house of assembly

Date: December 7 2020, time: 10 am prompt

At the time of this post, #EndSARS is currently trending at no. 1 with over 336k tweets on Twitter.

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