Yoruba Nation: Protesters have a right to protest, says Lagos police commissioner

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Scene of the Yoruba Nation protest in Lagos on Saturday

LAGOS – Lagos Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu, has said Nigerians have a right to protest.

Addressing journalists in Lagos on the Yoruba Nation protest taking place on Saturday, Odumosu said, however, this is not the right time to protest due to the destruction that followed the last #EndSARS protests.

The Yoruba Nation protesters showed up at the Gani Fawehinmi Park in Ojota, Lagos, chanting solidarity songs.

The protesters lamented the rising insecurity in the southwest, they also decried the attack on Sunday Igboho’s residence.

While raising flags, sharing fliers on the Yoruba Nation, they also chanted “Yoruba Nation Now, No going back”, “Igboho Oosa”, “No retreat, No surrender”. (The Nation)