- Tomiwa, the son of a former governor, was spotted participating in the ongoing #EndSARS protest in Lagos
- Many Nigerian youths across the country, including celebrities recently took to the streets to protest against SARS brutality
- The son of former Ekiti governor, Ayo Fayose, was not left out as he was seen with the Lagos protesters
Tomiwa, the son of former Ekiti state governor, Ayodele Fayose has joined other youths in the ongoing #EndSARS protest in Lagos state.
In a video shared by Lere Olayinka, the immediate former governor's media aide, Tomiwa who was donned in a red headscarf and shades was spotted among the protesters at Lekki axis of the state on Monday, October 12.
Many Nigerian youths across the country, including some celebrities, took to the streets to demand the abolishment of the Special Anti- Robbery Squad (SARS) and protest against the operative's brutality.
The #EndSARS nationwide protest which started a few days ago was a wake up to others to physically join and it appears Fayose's son took the initiative to join in as well.
In pictures and videos shared on social media, many young people have been seen marching with placards while chanting solidarity songs.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Gbenga Omotoso, the Lagos commissioner for information, stated that the police was not responsible for the shooting in the Surulere axis of the state.
Rather, the commissioner, while reacting to the incident which claimed the life of at least two people including police officers, blamed the shooting on hoodlums.
It would be recalled that during an extended peaceful protest against police brutality in Lagos state on Monday, October 12, there was a commotion characterised by heavy shooting towards the protesters.
In a related development, the former vice president and presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, has again reacted over the killings of #EndSARS protesters in some states of the federation.
The PDP leader who was speaking about the killing of a protester in Lagos on Monday, October 12, described the disbandment of the SARS as a welcome development.
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