A former Niger Delta Militant, Asari Dokubo, has said he was one of those who opposed the End SARS protests against police brutality in 2020.
He described the protest as “madness and nonsense”.
Dokubo who spoke in a recent interview with Channels TV, also accused the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu of fueling the protests.
He said releasing Kanu amounts to injustice, stressing that he should be made to face the law for instigating gruesome killings in the South East region.
Dokubo said, “When the madness they called End SARS started, I was one of the people vocal, opposed to that nonsense called End SARS.
“And Nnamdi Kanu was walking free then. What did he do? He poured petrol on the flames for End SARS. Now, he has been caught. What of the people who have died?
“This is a criminal. He should face the law.”