English social activist, Adam Bradford has condemned “the lack of government response” to the call from Nigerians to end SARS and he has revealed plans to fly a Nigerian to the UK.
Bradford, who is a Queen’s Young Leader Award winner, took to Twitter to make the announcement.
He tweeted: “The lack of Government response in the #EndSARS situation is abominable. Therefore, I am going to fly 1 exceptional Nigerian youth to the UK, and we will show international diplomats how prosperous Nigerian youth are. I work in NG, I believe in you. Reply if it should be you.”
He added: “Young Nigerians with positive side of NG to show – apply for this trip by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please email before 5pm Nigeria time 2moro. We will announce winner by 6pm tomorrow. We will introduce you to MPs, one Senior Politician & media. Showcase yourself! #EndSARS.”
His tweet has gone viral as Nigerians replied, suggesting which Nigerian youth should be picked based on the work they’ve done with regards to the end SARS protests.
A number of Nigerians stated that Nigerians do not need to be flown to the UK and suggested instead that they should influence the United Nations to get involved.
Emwanta Natastia Ehi tweeted: “Non of us is flying anywhere all these wereye children. Instead call that Buffon of a president to other. Send the united nations fleet …send a peace keeping trop. So that while we protest we’ll be protected.Thats all due to political agreement you can’t tell bubari wat to do.”