…Says NASS will work with Government to make sure that five-point calls for of #EndSARS protesters are totally carried out.
By Henry Umoru
PRESIDENT of the Senate, Senator Ahmad Lawan has assured the youths throughout the nation that the Nationwide Meeting will guarantee justice for victims of misconduct and rights abuses by personnel of the disbanded Particular Anti-Theft Squad of the Nigeria Police.
In an announcement he personally signed on Monday, Lawan stated that as a part of strikes to discourage impunity, the Nationwide Meeting will insist that the masterminds and perpetrators of the alleged abuses are prosecuted and sanctioned to function deterrent to others.
The President of the Senate and has additionally assured that the Lawmakers will work in synergy with the Government to make sure that the five-point calls for of the #EndSARS protesters which the federal government has dedicated itself to are totally carried out.
The assertion learn, ” I wish to seize this chance to re-assure our youths that the Nationwide Meeting will collaborate with the Government to make sure justice for victims of misconduct and rights abuses by personnel of the disbanded Particular Anti-Theft Squad of the Nigeria Police.
“In the identical vein, to discourage impunity, we’ll insist that the perpetrators of the alleged abuses be prosecuted and sanctioned as acceptable.
“We will even work with the Government to make sure that the five-point calls for of the #EndSARS protesters which the federal government has dedicated itself to are totally carried out.
“Despite the unlucky hijack of the protests towards police brutality by hoodlums to unleash horrifying violence, arson, looting and wanton destruction of private and non-private property on the nation, we’ll make sure that authorities fulfills the dedication it has made to the well-meaning agitators for police reform and good governance.
“The Nationwide Meeting is totally dedicated to placing the required laws in place for complete reform of the Police to boost their institutional integrity and effectivity.
“As we search a path out of this regrettable disaster, my coronary heart goes out to the victims of the reprehensible violence and criminality witnessed in the previous few days in lots of elements of the nation.
“I ship my condolences to the households of our safety and regulation enforcement brokers who’ve made the Supreme sacrifices in the midst of their service to their fatherland.
“I additionally name for an intensive investigation of each prison act that now we have witnessed previously few weeks with a view to bringing to justice all these parts who’ve so callously destroyed private and non-private property.
“Now that the senseless carnage has distorted the aim of the protests, I urge the youths to hitch palms with the authorities in bringing an pressing cessation to the violence.
“I name on our patriotic youths to depart the streets as Authorities has heard their voices and is addressing their grievances. That is additionally essential to keep away from unwittingly persevering with to offer covers for the criminals and fifth columnists in our midst.
“Nevertheless, as regards these prison parts unleashing terror on our cities beneath the guise of the protest, I urge the safety companies to forthwith however with utmost restraint, restore regulation and order throughout the nation and convey the criminals to justice.
“Whereas nonetheless grappling with the havoc of COVID-19, the nation can ailing afford one more epidemic that has now appeared within the type of the lawlessness that is happening.
“I thank all Nigerian leaders and different well-meaning Nigerians for his or her interventions in direction of restoring peace and order after the unlucky degeneration of the protest into chaos and brigandage in lots of elements of the nation.
“Particularly, I thank all Nigerians for his or her endurance and understanding on this attempting second in our pricey nation.
“I thanks all in your clever counsel to the protesting youths to embrace peace and for Authorities to be open and honest in addressing the problems that the youths have raised so clearly.”