A socio-political activist, and co-convener of the Bring Back Our Girls Movement, Aisha Yesufu, has advised Nigerian youths not to be distracted but have their eyes on the ball, even as they engage in the ongoing protests.
The youths are protesting against the new police unit called the Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) squad which will replace the defunct the Special Anti-Robbery Unit (SARS).
In a video message through her Twitter handle on Wednesday, she commended the success of the protest which has yielded some positive results, insisting that they should not get distracted.
“Dear Nigerian youths, you have the government where you want them to be, you are doing amazing, you doing something that you haven’t done before,” she added. “Please don’t get distracted, eyes on the ball, forget the distraction, there is nothing for you to fight over”.
She told the protesters to “focus on the result that you want, that is what is more important. Yes, we have seen the headline from the government but have you seen the execution?.
“What is the basis for a committee? can the government bring an execution plan?”