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Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Lagosians react to Sanwo-Olu curfew: Arrest this man, not peaceful protesters - ITREALMS

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Lagosians have tasked the state governor Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu to ensure the arrest of a man who came to Alausa protest ground with machete, reports 
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*Suspected thug who attacked some #EndSARS at Alausa recently.

This is coming as ITREALMS gathered that the photo of the suspect has gone viral online.

Residents who were reacting to the imposition of 24-hour curfew on Tuesday told the governor and security agents of the government to arrest those who attacked protesters in Alausa, particularly a man who they claimed was part of those brought to Alausa on BRT to disrupt the protest over the weekend.
They also berated the governor instead of taking actions by arresting this suspect and his accomplice, resort to threatening the peaceful protesters with arrest and curfew.

One of the angry peaceful protesters, Dayo Ajibade @DayneWayne said that yet to be identified picture of the machete-happyman who was seen charged against protesters has been on circulation a while, wondering if there are no people in his neighbourhood or on his street that know him?

For information has been “dropped since that day, we don't know why he hasn't been caught.”

Another Nigerian Tweep known as @Xpose_lif  pointed out to 
Gov. Sanwo-Olu, that “Since time immemorial, Nigerians have been the problems of themselves, youths asking for change for the better, same youths clashing and killing them for asking for this change, change that will benefit them,when it comes they want to enjoy it but ... what kind of thing is this?”

Pearl Kennel @KennelPearl equally told Sanwo-Olu, “This is the strategies the so-called politicians now use. Using thugs to destabilize peaceful protest, this guy must be found oooo.” Just as another tweep @Morganfx_trader, alleged his sister was injured by this wanted man and his gang.

Bobi @FaithOsobaz lamented that “They (government) can arrest protesters. but can't arrest thugs and hoodlums. They can give order for curfew and they obey, but can't give order not to shoot at protesters. Who is now the player?

Furious @justified9ja wondered “How can they find him when the Deputy Governor has called them Hes Cousins and Nephews. They won't find them till it hits their very own Backyard.”

For @EzenwaLauren who described the curfew as evidence of government hiring thugs and insincerity. @jidesanwoolu shame on you An evidence of thug that attack at Alausa still he has not been brought to law. We shall see come 2023.

Mr. Gold @femogold84 said “So governor want to tell us that this thug who attack protester at Ikeja with his face clearly shown has not been arrested. We are in a country where government use thugs on masses, 2023 youths will speak louder with voters card.

Chuks Egbune/Editor

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