He said that the events that played out in Abia could be described as a well-orchestrated plot by “imported youths” to take the state back in development. “I seize this opportunity to send my heartfelt commiseration to those who lost property and lives during the #EndSARS protest. Also, Sarki Yaro Danlandi, the Chairman of South-East and South-South Traditional Rulers of Hausa Communities, said that the Hausa community had remained law-abiding citizens and contributed to the growth and development of the state’s economy. Danlandi appealed to the government to expedite action in protecting the lives and property of the Hausa community in the state. The event had in attendance community leaders, religious leaders, students, medical workers, organised labour, traders and commercial transport operators.
Source: The Guardian October 26, 2020 15:33 UTC