Most Youths Identify With #EndSARS Because It Has Become Fashionable —Shagari’s grandson

Most Youths Identify With #EndSARS Because It Has Become Fashionable —Shagari’s grandson

Bello Shagari, the grandson to the one-time President of Nigeria, late Shehu Shagari has said that most youths who were seen with #EndSARS protesters are doing so because it has become fashionable.

#EndSARS protest was against police brutality which subsequently materialised into a call to end bad leadership thus, taking youths into the streets in various states across the nation last year October.

The protest was held in different states on Wednesday in honour of those alleged to have been gunned down by soldiers at the Lekki tollgate in Lagos. Information Guide Nigeria

In reaction, Bello in a post on Facebook said that many of the #EndSARS protesters have a slim understanding of the socio-political structure. jamb results

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According to PUNCH, in Bello’s words: “A lot of the young people who identify with the#EndSARS protest are doing so because it has become fashionable. It has become a thing of show off; that everyone is now an activist. Whereas most of them have little understanding of the socio-political system.

“However, my advice has always been that we should not focus too much on protests when we can do better by mobilising young peoples’ votes to achieve a change in the entire political system or to change our present realities, or at least to be in charge of them.

“We must adopt a more progressive and strategic approach rather than the usual disruptive one which hasn’t yielded any meaningful results. You can’t be doing the same thing and expect a different result.

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