The former governor of Ekiti State, Mr Ayodele Fayose has reacted to the unrest in Nigeria, particularly the killing and attacks on innocent Nigerians who were killed while protesting police brutality in the country. In a tweet, Fayose condoles with victims of the attacks and family of those who lost their lives during the struggle.
He noted that the attack and killing were heartbreaking adding that it was sad to hear about how soldiers were sent to shoot at Nigerian youths, who were expressing their anger against the system.
Meanwhile, the former governor said the situation in Nigeria is as a result of allowing an incompetent man to ascend to the highest office in the land. Fayose added that he saw all the happenings in the country coming and warned Nigerians.
Earlier, Fayose had expressed concerns over reports that thugs are being used to attack Nigerians who are exercising their legitimate rights to protest. According to him, it is more worrisome that none of the armed thugs has been arrested.
Speaking further, Fayose said it is the constitutional rights of the people to complain and be listened to by the government adding that the power of the people is stronger than those in government.
He, however, urged the government to act reasonably on the grievances of Nigerians, especially the youths who according to him are mostly affected by Police Brutality.