EndSARs: Court orders Pst. Sam Adeyemi, Davido, others be investigated

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The court has given the Nigeria Police Force two weeks to probe and send a report for proper adjudication.

A magistrate court in Abuja has ordered the Commissioner of Police In the federal capital territory to launch an investigation into 50 notable persons who allegedly promote the #EndSARS movement.

Activist Kenechukwu Okeke has earlier filed a criminal complaint against the likes of Pastor Sam Adeyemi, Falz, Davido, Yemi Alade and Uche Jumbo, Wizkid and others, with the activist claiming his properties were destroyed during the course of the protest and want those who promotes the movement to face the wrath of the law.

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Mixed Reactions On Twitter

ariyoopeyemi@ariyoopeyemi

This country petrol 170 Naira, is that not a proof everything is crumbling. Yet still throwing tantrum and wanting to fight people expressing their fundamental right.

RandieD@RandieD5

this thing is turning into a witch hunt, most of those people never said anything or do anything bad all through the protest.

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Lynx Chubis@Chubislynx

EVERYONE SHOULD CLOSE THEIR ACCOUNTS WITH ACCESS BANK.

Switch to other banks from henceforth and let’s teach the banks that we, the people own the economy and decides what must be and what mustn’t be.

Access Bank MUST be taught a lesson.

WeMove

EndSARS

the Desiigner@Panda Temp

Taught a lesson for what? Freezing accounts of suspected conspirators and terrorists? U can go ahead. It’s not by force for everyone to do so


#Newsworthy…

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