The Vice President of Nigeria, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, says the Federal Authorities may have acted sooner to finish police brutality and extortion within the nation.
He made this recognized in a sequence of tweets on Friday.
The VP additionally mentioned the anger and frustration of youths within the nation are justified.
He tweeted, “Pricey Nigerians, I do know that a lot of you might be indignant, and understandably so. We may’ve moved sooner and for this we’re sorry.
“I absolutely perceive what number of younger folks really feel. Many really feel that we’ve been too silent and have merely not completed sufficient. These emotions of frustration are justified.
“There are far too many individuals who’ve been brutalised by the hands of the police and that is unacceptable. We should take accountability for shielding younger folks, even typically from those that are paid to guard them.”
He knowledgeable that protesters that the Federal Authorities is making efforts to satisfy their calls for.
Osinbajo mentioned, “Over the previous week, we’ve been following the protests, and I’ve had quite a few discussions with key folks within the administration that you just deserve to learn about. Transparency, in any case, is a key tenet of presidency.
A number of conferences have been held with: the Senate president, Speaker, Chairman of Police Service Fee, IGP, Govt Secretary of @NHRCNigeria, and governors.
“We perceive that you just wish to see motion from us and I’m right here to let you know that work is ongoing.
“I chaired a gathering of 36 state governors and the Minister of the FCT (NEC), the place we resolved to arrange judicial panels of inquiry so we will see justice served, and quick.”