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EndSARS: Nigerians not impressed with President Buhari’s speech

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Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday addressed citizens in a televised broadcast 48 hours after soldiers opened fire on protesters at Lekki tollgate in Lagos state.

At least twelve people were killed in Tuesday’s incident which sparked outrage globally.

President Buhari said he wasn’t happy with the loss of lives noting that “I am indeed deeply pained that innocent lives have been lost.

These tragedies are uncalled for and unnecessary. Certainly, there is no way whatsoever to connect these bad acts to legitimate expression of grievance of the youth of our country.”

The president however said “on approving the termination of SARS, I already made it clear that it was in line with our commitment to the implementation of extensive Police reforms.”

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But Buhari said “some Nigerians mistook as weakness, the swift response of his regime to disband the Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the Nigeria Police Force.”

He also lashed out at the international community “many of whom have expressed concern about the ongoing development in Nigeria, we thank you and urge you all to seek to know all the facts available before taking a position or rushing to judgment and making hasty pronouncements.”

On social media though it appears many Nigerians were not impressed with the tone of the President and the message he gave.

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AU, Ecowas condemned for keeping mute on crisis in Nigeria

 

Source: Africafeeds.com

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