#EndSARS – EndSWAT: The Man Behind Attack On Abuja Protesters(VIDEO)

Identity of man behind the violent attack on #ENDSARS protesters in Abuja on Wednesday identity has been revealed.

This strange man invaded the venue of the protest with his fellow thugs armed with sharp metals and wooden weapons at the Berger Bridge in Abujaon Wednesday after the #EndSARS protesters had convened, on Wednesday 14, 2020

These thugs’ vandalized cars, properties and as well injured protesters gathered under the Berger Bridge and put majority at risk.

Exposing the sponsor of the attack on the protesters, one Anasu Umar, revealed to SaharaReporters that it was Jabi Motor Park Chairman, Nasiru Bude who contracted his brothers and convened them to the venue of the protest to disrupt the process.

Mr. Umar further explained to that the awful incident claimed the life of one of his brothers. He alleged that Bude asked the thugs to invade the protest ground with cutlasses, wooden weapons and other deadly weapons to disrupt the exercise.

See attached video link of the incident;  https://youtu.be/BDMy7NkpPEg

He said,

“My name is Anasu Umar, what happened today is that there was a protest for #EndSARS Like usual, they cordoned off the road then they called my brothers to come and disrupt the protest.”

“They said we should hold knives and take over the streets and when we went, the protesters were able to repel them and four people died in the process.”

Mr. Umar helped to disclose the name of those who died in the incident as Mohammed, Sani, Sadiq, adding that one other Ali Sidi is currently hospitalized.

Speaking about his brother who died in the chaos, Umar said;

“Sadiq my brother died in the incident. He died in Berger close to the bridge. As they were advancing to attack the protesters, tear gas was fired on them and a car in the midst of the chaos ran over my brother.”

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  1. Justice ideally should prevail

  2. It’s unfortunate that those people lost their lives the nothing.