- An EndSARS protester has suggested that police officers should also be given food and drinks
- The unidentified protester also called on other youths to overwhelm police officers in the country with love
- According to the individual, the protest can take a different cause by pleading with the government to treat policemen right
Celebrities Victor Kimani and Lizzy Jay have shared a viral screenshot showing the suggestion of an EndSARS protester.
The unidentified protester appeared to have reached out to one of those in charge of distributing refreshment items to youths who have come out to protest.
According to the individual, officers of the Nigerian Police Force (NPF) should also be given food and drinks amid the ongoing protest.
The protester also called for the donation of items such as inverters, solar panels to different police stations across the country.
"Let’s help them paint their buildings and start giving them rebranding. Let’s overwhelm them with love…let’s show them what they deserve. Let’s show them how they should be treated."
Explaining the suggestion further, the protester submitted that Nigerian youths can also take a detour from the ongoing EndSARS protest to a call for the government to treat police officers right.
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Lizzy Jay also shared the same message on Instagram.
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Social media users had mixed reactions to the suggestion. While some kicked against it, there were others who commended the idea.
"Teaching them how to love."
"They are Greedy they will turn against you."
"Yes o Nigerians are nice people, but let them show us the love first then we reciprocate."
"I think we can donate to this cause. I am in support."
"I love the idea, lets come together and do this."
"God bless you for this."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that the police announced a replacement for its controversial unit SARS.
IGP Mohammed Adamu said the scrapped unit is now replaced with another tactical team known as Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT).
The decision came on the heels of multiple protests against the manifold atrocities of the police operatives.
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