#EndSARS: Man Accuses Banky W of ‘Divide and Rule’, Adesua Reacts
Actress Adesua Etomi has defended husband Banky W after some youths registered displeasure over his advise to appoint youths to be among the panel of inquiry on abuse of human rights by the Police.
They argued that he is a politician and trying to use divide and conquer strategy on the youths.
Twitter user Mr Odanz advised protesters to resist Banky W, as he has been sent to use divide and conquer strategy on the youths.
Adesua responded, saying she will not allow his name to be dragged in the mud, as he has marched, given food out in protests, cleaned the streets and more.
Read as she wrote on twitter;
“What you are doing is so wrong. The person you are talking about ran AGAINST the powers that be. To the detriment of his own income, his family and spoke out against these issues. Has always spoken out against these issues. What he posted, the youth that you see asked him to help
He contested under a party that wasn’t known. Used his own income. Gave up endorsements to run. There are people that are good that will try to run for office and they should do it without being afraid that they will be targeted because they tried to run to make the system better
We are here to fight for Nigeria and EVERYONE that wants the good of this nation should be allowed to fight for it. Trying to divide people and use someone as a scapegoat because you don’t like a suggestion is WRONG. The government is the problem, not Banky.
He hasn’t been sent to divide. He isn’t working with any government and I will and cannot wait back and allow his name to be dragged in the mud. He has marched, given food out in protests, cleaned the streets and done it anonymously for the most part.
Please do not do this. We have a common enemy. We have a common goal and it is to #EndSARS
We all should really know better. God bless.”
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