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Former president Goodluck Jonathan says no life needs to be lost during peaceful protests in Nigeria.
Speaking on the #EndSARS protest Tuesday, Jonathan said the protests seek to advance Nigeria as a place where all can live out their full potential.
“No Nigerian blood needs to be spilled or life lost during a peaceful protest that seeks to advance our country,” he said.
“We may hold different views on national issues, but there is no doubt that most people desire the same thing for Nigeria: a place where we can all live out the full potential of our God-given abilities.
“I implore everyone to exercise restraint as we walk through these challenging times.”
Mohammed Adamu, the inspector general of police (IGP), Tuesday, dissolved the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) of the force.
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