Mr. Segun Awosanya, popularly known as Segalink, a Social Media Activist has alleged that the #EndSARS protest has been hijacked by some unknown persons, urging others to continue the campaign genuinely.

He said this in series of tweets today.

It would be recalled that the campaign for the #EndSARS gained momentum which led to the disbandment of the defunct Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).

However, it has been alleged that the protest has been or is being hijacked by some interests in order to put a stop to the agitations of the protesters.

“They never fought for you. They waited for the advocacy to mature and seek to sow discord just to take over the narrative for their hidden agenda. You know them. They care less if you live or die. Keep your eyes peeled. Focus on the Goal.

“Hustlers being controlled by the lust after money are playing games and throwing narratives around. Your rights to protest must never be commercialised for any agenda. Check the patterns and note the players while keeping your focus.

“The attempt to hijack the #EndSARS #ReformPoliceNG Movement by known elements who were against it from day one and had to be a part now for fame and earnings is not surprising. They felt they can demonise me and take ownership by force. But they’ll fail again as always.

“Special thanks to @SavvyRinu et all, who started the organic protest before the hijackers took it over. We shall overcome. #EndSARS #ReformPoliceNG”, he said.

Meanwhile, earlier on, it had been alleged that some leaders of the #EndSARS campaign wanted to compromise during a meeting with the business community, including governors.

However, one of the leading protesters and an activist, Aisha Yesufu denied being compromised, stating in a tweet on Wednesday that “Let it be known that I, Aisha Yesufu is not interested in being in any committee. The streets are where I belong not the table. That’s my strength! Let those who are good at the table be put forth. We must always put our best foot forward!”

Written By Obioma Ezenwobodo Esq

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