Internet Fraudsters Behind FSARS Protests, Onochie Says Without Proof

President Muhammadu Buhari’s controversial aide on social media Lauretta Onochie, says the protests against the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS were coordinated by internet fraudsters.

Onochie said this in a series of tweets, claiming without proof that the protests against SARS were spearheaded by Internet fraudsters.

She tweeted, “I have no doubt that there are some staff of SARS who are unprofessional in their dealings with the public the same way we have unprofessionalism in the army, mainstream police, customs, civil service, public service , traders, doctors, lawyers, journalists, teachers, pastors etc.

“But what is going on now is a coordinated attack by cyber criminals joined by unsuspecting innocent citizens.  This is not the first time. We must stand by our national institutions while working to improve their effectiveness. That is not what patriotism is about. No sentiments.”

Meanwhile, Vice-President, Yemi Osinbajo, has condemned the extrajudicial killings by SARS, saying they are disheartening.

Mr. Osinbajo said he and the President had discussions on the issued and he (president) is “very concerned about it. He wants to see reform.”

The Vice President said, “I am very concerned, in fact, very angry about what I see happening to young men and women who are arrested — in some cases maimed or killed by men of the police force.

“The arrest, maiming or killing of young people or anyone at all, is completely wrong. It is unlawful and illegal, and anyone involved in this act ought to be investigated and prosecuted.”

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