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End SARS: “We are working on taking youths off streets” – Lalong

The Chairman of Northern Governors’ Forum, Simon Lalong has disclosed they are planning to create opportunities to take the youths off the street.

Speaking during an interview on Channels Television, the Plateau State Governor said the decision was reached in other to avoid a second wave of End SARS protest.

”We came out of the meeting with very useful suggestions and a communique.
“In that meeting, we all agreed to go back and continue engagement particularly addressing issues from #EndSARS because we are also trying to avoid the second wave of EndSARS.
“We want to address some of those issues that are on ground, to prevail on people not to engage in destructions. Because the EndSARS protest was hijacked by hoodlums which led to several restrictions.

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“Nobody is saying that initially, the protest was wrong. But the fact that it was hijacked by hoodlums to destroy public and private properties was a matter of great concern.

“What we are trying to do is to get back to the drawing board and close the communication gap between the leaders and the led. So that there will be no EndSARS again.

“So, what we intend to do is to provide opportunities by engaging the youths so that they will be taken off the streets,” he said.

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