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“The time has come for the protests to stop” – Senate President, Ahmed Lawan calls for an end to #EndSARS protests nationwide
News Wire NGR  - Estimated Reading Time: 1Senate President Ahmed Lawan has called for an end to the protests rocking the country at the moment.

4 days ago
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Channels Television:
Senate President Ahmed Lawan has called for an end to the protests rocking the country at the moment.
 #EndSARS: After meeting Buhari, Lawan, Gbajabiamila beg youths to stop protests The Punch:
Olalekan Adetayo, AbujaThe President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan; and the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, have appealed to youths to stop the ongoing protests agains...
The Trent:
Senate President Ahmad Lawan has appealed to #EndSARS protesters to stop the nationwide protests as it could worsen the nation’s economic situation.
The Will:
CO, October 18, (THEWILL) – Senate President, Ahmad Lawan has called on Nigerians protesting against police brutality and bad governance to halt demonstrations across the country.
KOKO TV Nigeria:
Senate President, Ahmad Lawan has stated that the ongoing protest nationwide has to come to a close as the government is ready to work towards achieving the demands of the youths.
The Paradigm:
Ahmed Lawan, the Senate President of Nigeria, has called on Nigerians protesting against police brutality and bad governance to halt the demonstrations across the country.
The Next Edition:
President Muhammadu Buhari is meeting with Senate President, Ahmed Lawan and Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila at Aso Rock, Abuja The meeting is believed to be in connection with #EndSARS protests currently ongoing across the ...
Ono Bello:
With protests across Nigeria nearing the 12-day mark, Senate President Ahmed Lawan on Saturday called for an end to anti-police brutality protests even as law enforcement officers continue to intimidate and threaten demonstrators.
Online Nigeria:
<!– NASS leaders, Lawan and Gbajabiamila sued –> Lawan Ahmed Lawan, the Senate President of Nigeria, has called on Nigerians protesting against police brutality and bad governance to halt the demonstrations across the country.
The New Diplomat:
Senate President Ahmad Lawan on Sunday said government “needs to have time” to implement the approved demands of the #EndSARS
FL Vibe:
We needs time to implement your demands – Senate president Ahmad Lawan tells #EndSARS protesters after meeting with Buhari Senate President Ahmed Lawan has called on the #EndSARS protesters to halt the demonstrations across the country and...


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