President Muhammadu Buhari is meeting with the leaders of the National Assembly over the ongoing #EndSARS protest against police brutality.
At the meeting with the President at the State House Abuja are Senate President Ahmad Lawan and Speaker Femi Gbajabiamila.
“President @MBuhari currently meeting with Senate President, @DrAhmadLawan and Speaker, @femigbaja on the ongoing #EndPoliceBrutality protests,” Bashir Ahmad, Personal Assistant to the President on New Media, disclosed this in a tweet on Sunday
Following the meeting, the leadership of the National Assembly called for an end to the protest marches across the country.
According to NASS leadership stating the demands of the protesters have been met.
Speaking to State House correspondents the Senate President Ahmed Lawan urged the protesters to give the government time to work on their other demands.
He said the demonstrations that now involve blocking of roads will have an enormous economic impact on the country.
The Speaker of the House of Representatives also called for an end to the protests, arguing that policy matters cannot be met overnight.
He however congratulated the protesters for a job well done assuring them that they can continue with the protests if their demands are not met in two weeks.