End SARS, SWAT campaign may lead to war – Afenifere reacts to ban of protests

The Yoruba socio-political organisation, Afenifere, on Thursday warned of an implosion in Nigerian which the federal government could not be capable to deal with.

Afenifere’s spokesman, Yinka Odumakin issued the warning whereas condemning the ban on road protests in Abuja by the Federal Capital Territory Authority.

Talking with DAILY POST, Odumakin warned that such actions could result in a critical disaster in Nigeria.

In response to Odumakin: “If they’re very smart they need to know that such postures can’t resolve this matter now.

“Such postures had introduced this challenge this far, the matter now will not be about SARS however concerning the highhandedness of presidency, SARS is simply the expression.

“Recall that just a few weeks in the past, labour was alleged to protest however they purchased them off and so they bought out pondering that was the top of it however something can ignite it.

“That is an injury-time for the Nigerian ruling class, they’ve pushed Nigerians to the sting of the precipice and this factor can explode anytime.

“I’ve all the time informed those who the battle between chickens may cause critical battle in Nigeria, so this isn’t nearly SARS they’re solely utilizing this as an avenue to specific their anger over the governance of Nigeria. And this similar factor they’re doing, sending thugs after protesters whereas inserting bans on demonstration. They need to be taught from the Arab springs, only one man set himself ablaze and it turned one thing else.”

On the protests ending in a revolution, Odumakin mentioned: “Nicely, relying on how they deal with it, in the event that they proceed with this posture it can get out of hand.

“All these actions these in authority are taking could escalate the disaster and so they received’t be capable to deal with it. The ruling class is so fragile now as a result of individuals are not pleased with them.”

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