Nigerian youths are threatening a second wave of the #EndSARS protests from Monday 9th November 2020, in some parts of Lagos and Abuja.
Some aggrieved youths have taken to social media to show their displeasure following a court order granting the Central Bank of Nigeria, the right to freeze the accounts of 19 individuals and a public affairs company linked to the #EndSARS protests.
The ex-parte request to freeze the accounts granted by Justice Ahmed Mohammed, of the Federal High Court in Abuja was filed by the apex bank on October 20.
In reaction to the move to freeze the accounts, Nigerians have taken to social media to backlash the CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele, for freezing the bank accounts of #EndSARS protesters and promoters across the country.
This has birthed fresh threats from youths especially, to resume the #EndSARS protests on Monday at the CBN headquarters in Abuja and its Lagos office while attributing this move to Emefiele’s involvement in the freezing of accounts.
See some of the reactions below:
So because Godwin Emefiele did not succeed in persuading the young #EndSARS protesters to call-off their protest at that inglorious meeting he called some of them to with the private sector, he’s now using our public institution, @cenbank to punish them? Better be wise, Godwin.
— Oby Ezekwesili (@obyezeks) November 7, 2020
Are you surprised that Godwin Emefiele, the houseboy of the Cabal, gave his consent to the freezing of #endsars protester's account? Then you aren't following up on events in Buhari's Nigeria. I am. pic.twitter.com/AAXV6doPU9
— Olaudah Equiano® (@RealOlaudah) November 7, 2020
A second wave! A dogged, resilient second wave of #EndSarsProtests! The rogue regime of Muhammadu Buhari must be stopped!! Enough with the panel. Godwin Emefiele has been sent in. They just need to send soldiers to pick people at their homes before we understand it is bad already
— Threader (@extrasheeter) November 6, 2020
— Natasha. #Endsars (@Natashagoldd) November 6, 2020
How about getting Godwin Emefiele a visa ban?
— C-E #LawIsLife (@Charles_Ehimen) November 6, 2020