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African leaders must speak to end the brutalities in Nigeria- Okudzeto Ablakwa

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Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has called on African Leaders to end the silence and speak up on the #EndSars protest in Nigeria.

Citizens of Nigerian has been demonstrating for 13 days straight for the government to disband the Special Anti-Robbery Squad and the Special Weapon and Tactics.

Celebrities in Nigeria including Burnaboy and Wizkid have spoken against the brutalities in the country.

Yesterday, the military in the West African have reportedly open fire on protesters in Lagos.

The North Tongu MP reacting to the issue on Facebook said “The Nigerian government must take immediate steps to end the atrocities on its own citizens. Officials there must recognise that the modern international justice architecture leaves them with very little room for escape – they shall answer for their brutalities and complicity no matter how long it takes.”

Mr. Ablakwa also called on the African Leaders to speak up.

“African leaders must speak out now and demand an end to the bloodshed failing which severe sanctions must be imposed by the AU and ECOWAS. This is not the Africa we want!” he added.

The matter has received condemnations across the world including Hillary Clinton.

Source: Ghana Waves

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