Nigerians protesting against extrajudicial killings were blocked by a particularly anti-Robbery squad unit of the Nigeria Police on Monday in Abuja, blocking the preferred Berger roundabout, resulting in site visitor gridlock within the country’s capital.
The protesters barricaded all roads, resulting in the movement of vehicles within the space.
Nigerian musician, David Adeleke, often called Davido, agreed on Sunday night to meet with the Inspector-Basic of Police, Mohammed Adamu, on the Nigeria Police Drive Headquarters Abuja to debate the state of affairs.
However, the plan changed when the protesters met with another rival group, protesting in unison with the close proximity of President Muhammadu Buhari and the Inspector General of Police.
Under the umbrella of the civil action, the group launched an ambush for #ENDSARS protesters for Good Governance and threatened to grapple with them.
This created pressure and forced protesters to go to the Berger roundabout.
The protesters are seeking a presidential order to revoke the IGP’s announcement, which previously directed the disbandment of the notorious squad.
Meanwhile, it is gathered that Davido later met with the IGP along with some of the group’s leaders.
The youth has vowed to express their opposition at a nationwide meeting on a Tuesday.