All Progressive Congress (APC) acting chairman Mai Mala Buni has called on government to handle the current protest situation properly if not it will lead to anarchy.
According to Yobo State Governor, the current protest against police brutality which is rocking parts of the nation has a hidden agenda.
He continued that Leadership needs to intervene and persuade the protestors to leave the street to prevent anarchy
The protests started with a demand for the disbandment of the Special Anti-robbery Squad (SARS) of the Nigeria police over the brutality and criminality of its operatives.
The government listened to their plea, disbanded the unit and formed another unit Special Weapons And Tactic Teams yet protestors are still on the street.
He further stated that
“Hoodlums can utilise the gathering to cause confusion and terrorise other innocents citizens,” Mr Buni said. “The ongoing protests show that there is hidden agenda, after the government has responded to the protesters’ demand.”
“Nigeria is a country accommodating people with several motives and demands which include restructuring and disintegration, thus, we should be careful,” Mr Buni said.
“There are criminals who see the disbanded police unit as threat to their criminal activities”.
“All leaders should know that it is only when the country exist in peace, that one can achieve their goals, you cannot be a leader through chaos, it will not be well.
“The challenge before Nigeria is enormous and cannot be over in five years of Buhari administration, a country that $16 billion was stolen from its coffers yet is still surviving, this is the work of prayers,