President Buhari’s address on #EndSARS protest
By Guardian Exclusive
22 October 2020 | 9:46 pm
A short while ago, President Muhammadu Buhari addressed the nation on the #EndSARS protests. Here is a video of the speech the Nigerian president started by warning "those who have hijacked and misdirected" the #EndSARS protests, and ended with his time-honoured "God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria."
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