Senator Shehu Sani has censured assault on protesters by Nigeria Police and security agents in Lagos. Sani said Nigeria’s vote based system is on bolsters following the supposed badgering of protesters by security agents. The previous official said the harsh treatment of nonconformists in the hands of the security organizations undermines the qualities and standards of our majority rules system A previous administrator who spoke to Kaduna focal at the eighth Senate, Shehu Sani, has censured Monday, August 5, assault on protesters by Nigeria Police and security agents in Lagos. Sani while responding to the #RevolutionNow challenges sorted out by the distributer of Sahara Reporters, Omoyele Sowore, said Nigeria’s majority rules system is on bolsters.
As per the human rights dissident and previous legislator, the unpleasant treatment of nonconformists in the hands of the security organizations undermines the qualities and standards of our vote based system. He additionally said that the present organization has bought in to the Machivelean reasoning and that castrating protesters the country over is imperiling majority rules system and opportunity.
Police officers and other security offices had scattered individuals from the #RevolutionNow development who merged at the National Stadium in Surulere, Lagos state. The security agents were additionally said to have badgering and tear-gased a few writers who were covering the challenge.