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Exposed! Those Who Sponsored Thugs To Disrupt #EndSARS Protests Has Been Revealed(Video)

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A Pro-SARS supporter has exposed to a group of men who disguised themselves as supporters of the SARS, how they were hired and people that hired them to disrupt the #EndSARS peaceful protest in the federal capital city, Abuja.

Confessing to the disguised men as recorded in a now-viral video, the unnamed citizen disclosed that they were hired by top government officials both from the All Progressive Congress, APC, and Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

He alleged that the Pro-SARS movement was been bankrolled by the two major political parties of the country.

Speaking further during the interrogation by the disguised men, the man who showed evidence of the previous brutality by the men of the Nigeria Police Force on his hand, confessed that despite being a victim of the SARS brutality he decided to join the Pro-SARS movement only for the money involved.

When asked if they have been paid, he said not yet but that the people that will pay them are around the corner and will do so when their aim is achieved.

The men continue to interrogate him, the man was asked who contracted him and other Pro-SARS supporters to disrupt the peaceful #EndSARS protests.

He alleged that the PRO-SARS protesters were hired by government officials to do the job.

He maintained that they were sponsored by political leaders to disrupt the peaceful protest by #EndSARS protesters in Abuja

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