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Saturday, October 17, 2020

Vice President Osinbajo Tweets Apology Memo To Nigerians Over EndSARS Protests

 The Vice President Of Nigeria on Saturday Morning tweeted an apology to Nigerians over the EndSARS Protests and says work is ongoing on their side to show Nigerians they can act..........

Abeg Abeg Abeg,read the message yourself after the cut.... #sorosoke





He tweets

''Dear Nigerians, I know that many of you are angry, and understandably so. We could’ve moved faster and for this we are sorry.


We understand that you want to see action from us and I’m here to tell you that work is ongoing. I chaired a meeting of 36 state governors and the Minister of the FCT (NEC), where we resolved to set up judicial panels of inquiry so we can see justice served, and fast.

The reason being that only state governors, by law, can set up judicial inquiries in their states. The hearings will be public.


With Mr. President’s approval, SARS has been completely disestablished, and none of its former members will feature in any police tactical units.

I am sending my deepest condolences to the families of Jimoh Isiaq, and all those who have lost their lives at the hands of wayward police officers. To those injured, I wish a full and speedy recovery.

We have proposed that each state government set up a Victims’ Support Fund, which 

will support. This is the least that we can do to compensate for the injustice suffered at the hands of errant officers.

We also understand that the issues that you’re raising are bigger than just SARS. They’re deep and systemic and we’re undertaking comprehensive measures that will revamp the police by addressing issues of welfare, service conditions and training.

On Monday, Mr. President also reiterated his commitment to these extensive police reforms.

We will continue to update and engage with you all on these action steps and the ones to come, in the spirit of transparency, so that you can hold us accountable. We are, after all, here to serve you and we owe you a duty to win back your trust. 

Keep safe. God bless you. - YO''





37 comments:

  1. If Osinbajo has any dignity left,he should resign.

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    1. Lmao, why not the president?
      Resign ko, rewrite ni.

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    2. Talk true if na you, u go resign ?

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    3. Enough is enough.
      #ENDBUHARI
      #BUHARIMUSTGO

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  2. I just don't want to insult this man so he better don't upset me with this nonsense he wrote. For the sake of humanity, we will not retreat nor surrender until we bring them on their knees.

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    1. Teejay pls na ? Oooooo, Are you on the street abi with monetary support? We need both support.

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    2. At least he wrote.... your Buhari sabi hold pen abi PC. ?

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  3. They have been using him to get to the masses since 2015. I just hope it will not work again this time.
    We need good Governance. Just basic amenities like light,water, good road network, functional hospitals. These are just necessary things but we have made them luxuries.
    He should be ashamed of himself

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  4. Why are they not including the talk of investigating and dealing with those foolish Sars accordingly for justice to prevail? What's wrong with these people

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    1. Na only Osinbajo dey soro soke, He is not loud enough for us at the back.

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  5. We have been hearing the same thing since you all came into power it is all always we are sorry and we are working towards it.We the youth of these country have not benefited anything from this administration, the people who are supposed to protect us rob us, kill us, rape our mothers and daughters we are tired of hearing we are working. Change the change because that was you and your boss mantra when you people where campaigning for re-election. We are tired it's not a bad idea if we enjoy good health care, good education, good jobs, good social welfare and value of naira is nothing to write home about.#endpolicebrutality,#endsarz,#wewantgoodgovernance,#wehaveheardenough

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  6. I thought the Tactical victim support fund was suggested by the Lagos State Governor and set up by the governors of the 36 states? I really feel that the vice president is trying within his limited power to do the little he can within the confinement of his office under M.Buhari the tyrant.

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    1. It's sad that even the vice president, who is a professor, doesn't seem to understand that the hashtag EndSARS is a metaphor for bad governance and incompetence that has become associated with the current administration in the country.

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  7. thought the Tactical victim support fund was suggested by the Lagos State Governor and set up by the governors of the 36 states? I really feel that the vice president is trying within his limited power to do the little he can within the confinement of his office under M.Buhari the tyrant.

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  8. Mamman Daura. I am patiently waiting for your good news ๐Ÿ˜’

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  9. medicine after death,slow govt.

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    1. Don't mind them. Just to fulfill all rightousness. They will never know peace.

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  10. Let the National Assembly reduce their allowances and salaries to 50% then we will listen.

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  11. Yemi this is the time for you and your cohort to do something.
    You all sat down and watch the country go to the dogs
    You lot will get wheat is coming for you




    Jums

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  12. Talk and do!!! Enough is enough

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  13. What happened to President Buhari's speech? Why is that man always nonchalant to Nigerians plight?

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  14. The President, VP,Senators, Ministers,in fact all of them can't continue to relass and be taken kiarof with our common wealth if Mercy would permit me to use her famous quote. We have had enough of their cluelessness. Why should the VP be the one to convey this message to Nigerians that they have failed us and not the President. Their acceptance of failure should go with their resignation. In western world people In authority resign when they failed to deliver dividend of democracy to their citizens, but here in Nigeria,it is only death that resigns them. The VP is very annoying. I don't want to insult him this morning.

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  15. You are here to serve us Mr Vice President but you are earning more than your master the citizen. You have access to quality lifestyle than your master the citizen. Abeg yeye dey smell. When you all are ready to serve we will know. For now end all the SARS activities going on in all government establishments as journalist Ngozi said.

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  16. That's how they will package English give as if it will solve all the problems, enough of sweet talk it doesn't work again.

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  17. That's how they will package English give as if it will solve all the problems, enough of sweet talk it doesn't work again.

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  18. What stopped Mr President from addressing the whole nation and swing into actions from there, these people actually think this protest is a joke. Enough is enough.

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  19. We don't want stories, we need action which they say, speaks louder than voice. Enough said.

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  20. Do the needful and leave apology letter.

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