The President of the Alaba International Market, Ichie Fabian Ezeorjika has pleaded with President Muhammadu Buhari to dialogue with the protesting youths to prevent the lawful protest  from being hijack by hoodlums. 

He disclosed this while speaking with the Oduduwa Correspondent in Lagos. Nigerians youth were protesting across the country over police brutality, extortion and bad government in the country. 

He said, some set of protesters were at Alaba Int'l market today Monday 19th October 2020 to show their grievances against the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) brutality and killings of innocent Nigerians.

The President said the Alaba International Market is a peaceful business environment saying there will be no room for any protest that will distruct business activities at the Market."
 We are law abiding citizens of Nigeria and we are concerned about our business, the protesters has right to protest but should stay clear of our businesses".

He further said to avoid what might led to revolution, Federal Government should look into the demands of the protesting youths adding that the country can't afford to go into war.

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