EndSARS: We won't tolerate any protest in Cross River, police issue warning

EndSARS: We won't tolerate any protest in Cross River, police issue warning

- Police have warned EndSARS protesters against another form of gathering in Cross River state

- Some protesters had threatened to embark on the second phase of the protests in some states of the federation

- The police, however, noted that there would be total protection of people's lives and property

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The EndSARS protesters have been urged to steer clear Cross River state to avoid dire consequences.

Channels TV reports that the warning was made on Monday, December 7, by the Cross River police command against another #EndSARS protest in the state.

Legit.ng gathered that in a statement issued by the state police public relations officer, DSP Irene Ugbo, the command said no form of gathering, procession or protest would be tolerated.

EndSARS: No form of gathering, Protest Will Be Tolerated, Cross River Police Warn
The Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Adamu, assures Nigerians of improved security. Credit: @PoliceNG
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He said:

"The Cross River state police command wishes to draw the attention of the general public against any gathering, procession or protest in Cross River as some unscrupulous individuals or group of persons are planning to embark on another similar destructive and fierce."

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Ugbo said that some unscrupulous individuals or groups of persons were planning to embark on another similar destructive and fierce EndSARS protest.

The police reiterated that the memories of the government of the state, private entrepreneurs, and families lament the losses recorded on the occasion of the recent EndSARS protesters which was highly condemned.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that the police command in Ogun deployed armed personnel to strategic locations in the state in a bid to prevent what might eventually become another EndSARS protest.

It was reported that this was confirmed on Monday, December 7, by the police spokesman in the state, Abimbola Oyeyemi.

Oyeyemi maintained the force's vow that it will not allow another violence from hoodlums in the name of any protest as affected officers are yet to recover from the aftermath of the last experience.

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