He warned of looming danger if the protests are not cautiously handled.
Saraki said the nation is bearing witness to a well-organised and largely orderly youth protests, a clear manifestation of the frustration felt by the youthful citizens.
He stated that Nigerians are voicing their response to the increasingly harrowing scenes of random and unjustified harassment, intimidation, detention and extrajudicial killings by SARS.
He urged all those who can to stand up and speak out on the issues Nigerians collectively face.
He stressed that it’s about young people whose agitation and raised voices are demanding protection of their daily rights and liberties, to live, associate, and work, productively in peace.
My words are written with a sense of responsibility for the prosperity and protection of the nation. If some willingly try and misunderstand my words below, so be it, as the matter is too important and above individual vanities.#EndSARS#EndPoliceBrutality pic.twitter.com/gVXPZzmLQQ
— Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki (@bukolasaraki) October 11, 2020