Less than 12 EndSARS protesters converged on Abuja, Nigeria’s capital on Thursday in solidarity with other members across the country to mark two years anniversary of the protest calling for end to police brutality.
The members who were on ground spent less than 30 minutes at the Unity Fountain disappointed at the low turn out.
The activists expressed disappointment over President Muhammadu Buhari’s reluctance to bring those involved in the Lekki toll gate incident to justice.
They called on Nigerians to carry out the long awaited revolution through their ballots in 2023 by voting out bad leaders.
The Human Rights activists called on the Nigerian government to release those Nigerian youths who took part in the protest who are still being held by the security agents.
Various fliers obtained by the media show that processions have been planned to hold in some major cities in Nigeria including Lagos, Port Harcourt in Rivers, Benin City in Edo and some foreign countries where Nigerian nationals reside to mark the second #EndSARS memorable event.
( Editor, Omor Bazuaye)