#ENDSARS: Segalinks withdraws from Protests

Segun ‘Sega’ Awosanya, a Nigerian activist with twitter handle @Segalink,has pulled out of the #EndSARS protest.

The #ENDSARS protest was launched in a bid to fight against police brutality and demand for a change in governance. Young Nigerians storm the street in various cities across the country, and in the diaspora.

The EndSARS leader, who reportedly initiated the campaign against police brutality in 2017 and has been at the forefront of the protest, said the protest has been hijacked for other purposes.

The social activist in his tweet, said, ‘All efforts to talk sense into the arrowheads, who are mostly abroad and the few in their high estates have proven abortive. I believe everyone is matured enough to face the consequences of their actions.’

He added that ‘Staging coordinated attacks on prominent reform advocates and then using a credible advocacy campaign to raise funds through an unregistered NGO, threatening the integrity of our nation and gunning for youth insurrection in the name of #EndSARS…’

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