The #EndSars movement have lost yet another protester to the cold hands of death and it has thrown Nigerian Twitter in mourning.
The young man who was identified as Anthony Onome fell victim to the brutal attacks on peaceful protester by thugs who were deemed to have been sponsored by the Government.
Anthony Onome is being hailed as a HERO and Nigerians are saying he would never be forgotten.
The young man was stabbaed on Saturday and he succumbed to the wounds barely 24 hours later.
@Justapollion wrote ;
Anthony Onome Unuode took a bow today. He marched with us to demand a better government but sustained multiple stabs from state sponsored thugs and he couldn’t make it. Remember him if you think of giving up in this fight. R.I.P bro
Former BBNaija housemate, Leo Da Silva also wrote ;
Rest easy Hero Anthony Onome Unuode. My condolences to family and loved ones. We won’t allow your death to be for nothing. We must fight on to #EndSARS for you.
Wale Adetona wrote ;
They paid you N1,500 to attack and injure your fellow humans who were peacefully protesting. Now that Anthony Onome Unuode is dead, may those hoodlums and everyone involved never know peace.
Anthony Onome Unuode was stabbed by thugs that attacked #EndSARS protesters at Kubwa Abuja yesterday, Saturday 17th October 2020. He didn’t survive the attack! RIP Tony!
Don’t loose focus my people!
— B h a d o o s k y (@BhadmusAkeem) October 18, 2020
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