#EndSARS: Buhari, Sanwo-Olu Must Resign – Protesters

Nigerians have again taken to the streets in several states across the country to protest under the EndSARS movement. The second wave of #EndSARS protests kicked off in Lagos, Ibadan and Osogbo on Monday.

Information gathered disclosed that protesters have returned to Lekki toll gate where demonstrators were shoot at by military officers.

BGTNews learnt that the second wave of EndSARS protests is to demand a referendum and ask Governor Babajide Sanwo-olu of Lagos State and President Muhammadu Buhari to resign

However, policemen and soldiers as earlier reported by Naija News are at the scene to forestall a breakdown of law and order.

Recall that the police on Sunday reiterated its ban on gatherings, warning that the movement might be hijacked by hoodlums.

The previous protest which commenced on October 8 in Lagos was spread to other states in the country.

Things, however, went south after the Lekki shooting on October 20 with hoodlums attacking private and public businesses.

BGT News had earlier reported that some protesters under the aegis of Face of #EndSARS Movement on Monday held a protest in Osogbo, the state capital.

The protesters led by Emmanuel Adebisi demanded good governance among other things.

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