EndSARS: Youths in Osogbo stage fresh rally

EndSARS: Youths in Osogbo stage fresh rally

- Youths in Osun have taken the lead to stage another EndSARS protest

- The protesters were seen in Osogbo near the state House of Assembly

- The youths called on the CBN to unfreeze the bank accounts of all protesters and demanded good governance

- This is coming just hours after some armed security officers were deployed to foil a protest in the Lekki area of Lagos

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While policemen and soldiers have been deployed to foil any form of violence that may ensue from another protest, some youths in Osun have started another round of EndSARS rally.

The protesters, mainly youths, were said to have marched to the road leading to the state House of Assembly in Osogbo on Monday, December 7, Punch reports.

The young Nigerians, who staged the rally on the platform of Face of #EndSARS Movement, were led by Emmanuel Adebisi.

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EndSARS: Youths in Osogbo stage fresh rally
Youths in Osogbo started another round of EndSARS protest on Monday, December 7 (Photo: The Crest)
Source: UGC

They were demanding good governance among a number of other requests.

The Nation reports that the protesters asked for the release of all detained protesters and unfreezing of their accounts by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

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Some of the placard carried by the youths had the captions “We are not fighting for any political party”, “#End Bad Judiciary in Nigeria”, ” #End fake judicial panel of Inquiry in Osun”, “Unfreeze all the frozen account”, ” We are Nigerian youths”.

Meanwhile, armed police officers and soldiers had been deployed to the ill-fated Lekki toll gate plaza.

Motorists and pedestrians informed journalists that the security operatives were deployed to the place in the early hours of Monday, December 7.

The Nigerian Police Force and the military warned that they would not tolerate another such protest which led to massive vandalisation of public and private properties in many parts of the country.

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However, the spokesman of the police command in Lagos state, Muyiwa Adejobi, is yet to give an official statement on the purpose of the presence of personnel at the place.

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