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End The Protest Now' - Segalinks, The Coverner Of #EndSARS, Warns Youths

Published by Nairaland on Wed, 14 Oct 2020


Segalink the founder of EndSARS agitation has hands off on any protest going further, after alleging that politicians and commercial criminals have hijacked the protest for their selfish end....<br><br>In series of tweets this morning, he warned the youth , that are endangering their lives, if the insist on protesting after the government has agreed to all their demands...<br><br><br>See tweets...<br><br><i>This is the symbol of the cult group that wants to hijack the genuine advocacy targeted to objectively engage Govt on behalf of the people to fix our 90years old institutions and save the lives of our youth. They want to own it &amp; weaponize it against the state. <br>@PoliceNG<br><br>We have strictly maintained that the #EndSARS #ReformPoliceNG advocacy is not a protest even while we maintained that citizens have the rights as empowered by the constitution to demonstrate their discontent. It is obvious that once protest is ignited hijackers will infiltrate.<br><br>Since we started the advocacy in 2017 until 2020 before they hatched the protest, no Nigerian has died based on the #EndSARS #ReformPoliceNG advocacy but since the Protest started we have been recording deaths and this hurts as weve never exposed citizens to undue risk.<br><br>We made progress with the PoliceReform Bill and the Police Trust Fund bill without seeking Governors and billionaires. It was organic, transparent and objective. There were no sinister plans to weaponize anything against anyone. But for these ones, the lives mean nothing.<br><br>Our organization remains committed to the people without strings attached. We remain self funded and seek no grants. We will not sell our soul and risk human lives because of greed and lust after power. Im not interested in 2023. Be careful out there. This is a Game.<br><br>We have played our role and done the needful. SARS has been ended as demanded and the Police Reform is in gear beginning with the assent to the Police Bills as facilitated. Some of the demands however activated will take time to materialize. Dont be kept on the streets unduly.<br><br>We remain on course. Our dialogue of years with the authorities cant be derailed and the movement can not be hijacked no matter how much they try. Your genuine need to express discontent via protest is being exploited now. This is why they want to keep you in harms way.<br><br>I hope at this point the authorities will do the needful and make a believer of the people so as not to allow these opportunists endanger more lives even after demands are met. These headlines could have been fine if the issues were not exploited by these lots. <br>@MBuhari<br><br>Businesses need not bleed while we agitate for better policing. The people dont need to suffer more. This should end now. The exploitation of the idleness of Nigerian youth is an assault on their dignity with the commercialization of this protest. This is not Nation Building.<br><br>The hands of Nigerian George Soros is all over this and I implore Nigerians to be mindful. This is no longer an Organic protest and you deserve to be kept safe. You have been used once before and they are trying again. Another concert is brewing. Be wary.<br><br>This is not about any individual but your safety is paramount. My warnings may fall into dead ears again but at least I tried. Protest is your right but you should know when you are being used. The struggle continues and Govt will be held to account without any ulterior motive.<br><br>There are a thousands of hashtags groups and organizations can deploy to launch their protest but if you must use anything relating to #EndSARS #ReformPoliceNG it must be in compliance with the vision of the platform as spelt out by <br>@SIAF_NG<br>. We protect lives not endanger them.</i><br><br><a href="https://mobile.twitter.com/segalink/status/1316235431185444864">https://mobile.twitter.com/segalink/status/1316235431185444864</a>
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