Enough of this nonsense, ENDSARS protest —BMO


The Buhari Campaign Organisation (BMO) has called for an end to ‘END SARS’ protest  following the disolution of the Police Unit by the Inspector General of Police (IGP) and the approval of 5-point demand of the protesters by President Muhammad Buhari.

In the last few days some Nigerian citizens have taken to the some streets protesting and demanding for the scrapping of Special Anti Rubbery Squad (SARS), an arm of the Nigeria Police Force.

President Muhammadu Buhari, being a caring and listening leader, held an immediate meeting with Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, and the Inspector General of Police, Muhammad Adamu, after which the IGP, disbanded the squad in meeting with the demand of the protesters.

The disbandment followed with a speech by the President where he informed Nigerians that, it was step towards reorganisation of the entire police force.

The  BCO National Coordinator, Alhaji Danladi Garba Pasali urged the IGP, and all Security agencies of Government to take immediate lawful ways of restoring law and order in the affected cities. This call follows refusal of the END SARS protesters to suspend nationwide protest after disbandment of SARS.

“Common sense should have it, that the protesters would put to an end their protest, but unfortunately they continue, they continue with another motives that clearly implied instigation and sponsorship by some unscrupulous ambitious politicians, that are determined to cause chaos in the country,”he lamented.

Alhaji Pansali noted that continued protest at which lives and properties of innocent Citizens are tempered with can better be described as the handiwork of unpatriotic and  bad politicians in the country. According to him, the organization has clearly seen the political undertone.

“The BCO cannot continue to condone the unlawful act of harassing and intimidating innocent citizens, been perpetrated by the protesters, and we say enough of this nonsense for the overall good of our country,” he assured.