what Buhari is doing on ENDSARs
This is what Buhari is doing on ENDSARS – Presidency finally breaks silence

The Presidency has finally revealed on what Buhari is doing on ENDSARS in Nigeria.  Presidency said President Buhari briefed by IGP on ENDSARS campaign.

However, the Presidency said President Muhammadu Buhari has been briefed about the grievances of Nigerian on police brutality

According to the Media aide to the president, Bashir Ahmad, said Buhari was notified on Thursday by the police IG Mohammed Adamu

– Ahmad assured aggrieved Nigerians that President Buhari will give fresh directives in the interest of the people.

Presidency said President Muhammadu Buhari has been briefed on the ongoing protest by the Nigerian youths against the brutality of the SARS operatives.

Bashir Ahmad, an aide to the president on new media, made this known on Friday, October 9, amid nationwide demonstration against the age-long police brutality.

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He said Buhari was notified about the development by the inspector general of police Muhammed Adamu on Thursday, October 8.

Ahmad stated that President Buhari will issue fresh directives to the police, assuring that necessary actions will be taken in the interest of Nigerians.

President Muhammadu Buhari has been briefed about ENDSARS campaign. Credit: Twitter (Bashir Ahmad) Source: Facebook According to the presidential aide, “good people of Nigeria” have the rights to protest and express their grievances to their leaders. In his words:

“Good people of Nigeria have every right to protest the #PoliceBrutality or anything they see is not going on well.

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“The President was briefed yesterday by the IG of Police, I am very sure action will be taken and in the best interest of Nigerians.”

Legit.ng notes that the new statement from the presidency is coming barely 24 hours after an aide to the president on social media, Lauretta Onochie, attacked Nigerian musician Ayo Ibrahim Balogun popularly known as Wizkid for criticising the president’s alleged silence on police cruelty.

Meanwhile, Atiku Abubakar has lent also his voice into the public campaign against the brutality of police officers belonging to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), with the former vice president sending a solidarity message to the Nigerian youths.

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