End SARS: Atiku backs protest, tells Buhari govt what to do

October 10, 2020
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A former Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, on Saturday said the Nigerian government should provide an enabling environment for the Anti-Special Robbery Squad, SARS, protesters across the country.

Atiku said the Nigerian government should provide a non-toxic environment for youths to protest.

He made the call while declaring his support for the ongoing anti-SARS protest nationwide.

In a series of tweets, the former Vice President, said a new policy that would enthrone the interest of Nigerians should be considered by the government.

Atiku tweeted: “Nigerians should be provided with a non-toxic environment for #EndSARSProtests. It is their constitutional right and an ingredient of democracy.

“They deserve to be heard and not killed or maimed.

“I stand with you all as you peacefully protest to #EndPoliceBrutality and enthrone a new policing order that underscores interest of the citizens.”

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