Some indigenes of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) on Monday protested against the EndSARS movement and blockage of major roads in Abuja by supporters of the movement.
According to the FCT youths, the Endsars protesters have made life unbearable for them and their parents since the beginning of the protest.
They added that the disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) should be brought back and immediate reform of the operatives should start immediately.
The youths gave the Inspector General of Police, Mohammadu Adamu, 48-hours to immediately disperse the protesters or they will engage them after the expiration of the deadline.
They added that the EndSars Protest now has a hidden agenda and a political undertone, accusing the protesters of being used by some politicians to foment trouble in the country.
The group also presented their letter to the IG of Police, who was represented by the DIG of Police, Leye Oyebade at the Force Headquarters in Abuja on Monday.
Addressing the FCT indigenes after receiving their letter, Oyebade noted that the police IG will quickly attend to the request and appropriate actions will be taken to ensure peace and safety in the country.
He, however, urged the youths not to engage or attack the EndSars protesters, which Oyebade said might result in violence and bloodshed.
I came across some protesters called the “Indigenous people of the FCT” along area 11, at Louis Edet House this morning protesting against the #EndSARS protesters blockage of major roads across the FCT, Abuja. pic.twitter.com/vpnwBV6zph
— Micheal Akanji (@mickiebrownkie) October 19, 2020