Former aide to Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, has called on Nigerian employers of labour to give their employees a day off from work to give them chance to join the ongoing #SarsMustEnd protest.
Mr. Reno shared this on, October 12, via his official page on micro blogging platform, Twitter.
In a bid to ensure their outcry is truly heard and their impact felt, Nigerian youths are trending the hash tag #SarsMustEnd today.
According to reports, some Nigerians have hit the streets again calling on the federal government and the Nigerian Minister of Police to ensure that this year’s dissolution of SARS is truly effective unlike the previous years.
According to Reno who has now joined the online protest since he lives in America, the #EndSARS protesters are protesting not just for themselves, but for their employers, the elite, and their children also.
He therefore called on Nigerian employers of labour to give their employees a day off from work to enable them join the ongoing #SarsMustEnd protest.
See Tweet below;
Dear Nigerian Employers of Labour,
I urge you to give your employees a day off today so they can join the PEACEFUL #SARSMUSTEND protest. They are protesting #EndPoliceBrutalityinNigeria, not just for themselves, but for you, the elite, and your children! Send the text out now!
— Reno Omokri (@renoomokri) October 12, 2020