End SARS: ”We need people who can relate to our pains in presidential panel”- Symply Tacha

Former Big Brother Naija, BBNaija, housewife, Anita Natacha Akide, known as Tacha ”has said that the Presidential Panel set up to monitor applications End SARS campaigners lively young Nigerians to be there.

DAILY POST had reported that, following the nationwide protest against police brutality, the Command had set up a panel to develop the disbanded Special Anti-Theft Squad (SARS).

They also said the panel has approved the five-point request from Nigerians, who have been protesting across the country since last week.

However, Tacha said in a video through her Twitter account that a panel that includes former recycled leaders should also think hard about Nigerian youth there.

She also explained that those former leaders who were on the Presidential panel would not understand the pain that Nigerians are going through because they have never experienced it before.

“We are doing very well. I never thought a day like this would come when Nigerians like this United.

“Whether you’re out there complaining in the streets or coming back online, we’re all doing very well.

“But guys we need a plan. Which plan, 5 for 5 is met in Lagos is another question, whether 5 for 5 is met in Plateau, Cross-River, Abuja and other states in the country.

“We have 36 states in this country forcing them to do nothing as they say only one state of Nigeria.

“We need a plan. A panel was set up by the government and we need Nigerian youth in that panel.

“We need people who can relate to our pains in that panel, not the only old recycled leaders who can’t relate to our pains.

“They can’t relate to our pains, they can’t relate to hunger, they have never been hungry and they have never burned their sisters or family members so they can never connect.

“We need Nigerians, young Nigerians who understand this trend in that panel. They can’t say a maximum of six months for something that can be categorized and done if there are smart Nigerian youth in that panel in two weeks, ”she said.

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