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End SARS: Enugu must not be touched – Nnamdi Kanu warns, hails youths in Lagos, Aba, others





Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, has issued a stern warning to State Governors, asking them to learn from what is going on in Lagos State.

Kanu suggested that the ongoing crisis in Lagos where properties worth billions of Naira have been destroyed was because of the Governor’s decision to impose a 24-hour curfew.

The IPOB leader also said that it was a huge mistake for Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu to have ordered the shooting of innocent protesters.

He, however, warned the youths to desist from creating problems in states where peaceful protest is still going on

He wrote on Facebook, “This is a clear warning to any governor that may be foolish enough to declare a 24-hour curfew in his state or daft enough to ask Nigerian soldiers and police to fire at unarmed youthful protesters.

“Our young revolutionaries have taken over Aba. A lot of progress is being recorded in Lagos, Abakaliki, Warri, Onitsha and Okpanam by our gallant youths.

“The army is on the run. The people have woken up, freedom beckons.

“Enugu protest MUST remain peaceful. We only retaliate in states where they shoot innocent protesters. Enugu State must be treated with respect. #EndSARS” he wrote.

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