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#EndSARS: Leopard can never change its skin, Nwodo blasts Buhari, mourn slain protesters
Chief Nnia Nwodo, the President General of Igbo Apex Socio-Cultural group, Ohanaeze Ndigbo has condemned the inhuman treatment melted on youths protesting for police reform.
Nwodo on Wednesday tweeted that the clampdown on the peaceful demonstrators was wrong voting during the 2019 election.
He expressed bitterness that killings suffered in the country no longer carried out by soldiers but Nigerian military and police force.
Tracing back, the Igbo Chief recalled warning against electing the Mohammadu Buhari adding that “The Leopard can never change its spots”.
He signaled the United Nations on the ongoing massacre.
Nigerians are divested following Tuesday’s attack on protesters at Lekki Tollgates killing an unspecified figure and injuring more.
The invasion by men on military uniform believed to be Nigerian soldiers has been condemned by Human Rights groups, celebrities.
It has triggered reprisal attacks by hoodlums in many states including Rivers, Abia, Lagos states respectively.
Despite trended clips obviously indicating the military was involved in the shooting, the force continues debunking media reports from several agencies.
It described the publicized contents as ‘fake news’.
However, grieving youths, including superstars, Wizkid, Odion Ighalo, Manchester United attacker, have condemned the regrettable acts, calling on the President and Vice, Yemi Osinbajo to resign. See Tweet