End Sars Protest Takes Another Level As Some Nigerians Unfollow President Buhari.

End Sars Protest Takes Another Level As Some Nigerians Unfollow President Buhari.

End Sars Protest Takes Another Level As Some Nigerians Unfollow President Buhari.

The #End Sars protest in Nigeria has been going on for a while now and got to the level were some public figures decided to join the angry Nigerians most especially youths to protest against the Existence of Sars as they totally want it wiped off from their Police Force.

After several days of protest and tweets, from different personalities of Nigeria, the Government isn’t ready to completely wipe off Sars. Hence, a deaf ear is given to the protestants as Government Officials keep talking about reform.

End Sars Protest Takes Another Level As Some Nigerians Unfollow President Buhari.

It’s in this light that Nigerians have decided to unfollow President Muhammadu Buhari on social media in solidarity with the End SARs protest,

President Muhammadu Buhari has therefore had a massive unfollow of over 100 thousand followers in just 24 hours.

This is coming barely 12 hours after Reno Omokri, popular critic and former aide of President Goodluck Jonathan urged Nigerians to unfollow the official Twitter handle of the President as a sign of protest.

Nigerians mostly youths have stormed the streets to protest and seek an end to the activities of the special anti-robbery squad of the Nigerian Police Force (SARS) across the globe in the last 96 hours, calling on the president to scrap that unit of the nation’s police.

Buhari’s reaction after his meeting with the Inspector General of Police (IGP) in regards to the protest got Nigerians mad as he said in a tweet that he has given a go-ahead to the Inspector General of Police and to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo to handle the issue.

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In Buhari’s words “The IG already has my firm instructions to conclusively address the concerns of Nigerians regarding these excesses, and ensure erring personnel are brought to justice,” Buhari tweeted

“I appeal for patience and calm, even as Nigerians freely exercise their right to peacefully make their views known.”

Buhari’s twitter unfollow comes as a Twitter user urged Nigerians to unfollow the president on the social media platform Twitter. As he says;

Do you know that unfollowing @MBuhari is also a form of protest? We can help him shave off 1.5 million followers

See how Buhari’s follows dropped from 3.5 million to 3.4 million.

Nigerians seem to be in total support of unfollowing president Buhari as you still find people tweeting.

What have you to tell Nigerians on this matter? is unfollowing the president going to make him change his mind?

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