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|Rep Member Condemn Attack On Endsars Protesters In Benin by Freeman213: 11:46am On Oct 17, 2020|
A Member of the Federal House of Representatives, representing Ovia Federal Constituency, Dennis Idahosa, has condemned Thursday attack on EndSARS protesters by hoodlums in Benin, Edo State capital City.
A statement signed by his media aide, Osaro Aghedo, described the attack on the protesters as barbaric, unjustifiable and a direct assault on human rights of the people.
The House of representative member further said the attack was not only disgraceful but criminally motivated.
He stated that the agitation of the protesters is genuine and should enjoy the support of all and sundry.
Idahosa who commended the protesters for conducting themselves in an orderly manner and putting aside their political, religion and social cultural differences to stand firm and demand for what is just, said he strongly believes in the across-the-board reform of the Nigeria Police Force.
He task the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Adamu to come up with a permanent solution that will end the police brutality on the people, especially the Youths in the country.
Idahosa the IGP to urgently commence investigation into the attack on innocent protesters in Benin.
Idahosa concluded with an advise to the youths to remain calm and resolute and not to result to violence, no matter the provocation.
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