Following a court order granting the Central Bank of Nigeria, the right to freeze bank accounts of 19 individuals and a public affairs company linked to #EndSARS protests, some aggrieved Nigerian youths have taken to Twitter to hint a resumption of protests.
Recall that the request to freeze bank accounts granted by Justice Ahmed Mohammed, of the Federal High Court in Abuja was filed by the apex bank on October 20.
Sequel to this development, some Nigerians have taken to Twitter to backlash the CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele, for freezing the bank accounts of #EndSARS protesters and promoters across the country.
This has birthed fresh threats from aggrieved youths to resume the #EndSARS protests on Monday at the CBN headquarters in Abuja and its Lagos office while attributing this move to Emefiele’s involvement in the freezing of accounts.
Checkout some reactions on Twitter below;
Second wave of #EndSARS protests starts Monday 9th November 2020 , infront of CBN administrative quarters .
Emefiele invited us all and we can’t turn down our elder . Please spread the word. #EnoughIsEnough
— #ENDSARS #ENDCORRUPTION (@Igbinazakasam) November 7, 2020
Godwin emefiele has ignited #EndSARS protest all over the country. CBN should be the first point of call.
— Gospl (@Gospl3) November 7, 2020
Godwin Emefiele has not been able to freeze inflation but is freezing the accounts of innocent citizens
Inflation everywhere, Does he even know the price of Onions right now?
— Laycon #Bbnaija #Endsars ❼ (@Mistakobz) November 7, 2020
There should be a coordinated PROTEST at CBN headquarters in Lagos and Abuja.
Since the government would use Prof Osinbajo to say sorry and use Godwin Emefiele to block accounts of peaceful #EndSARS protesters.
Let the madness all begin.
— #EndSARS Tosin Olugbenga (@TosinOlugbenga) November 7, 2020
The second wave of the #Endsars protest is gon hit these people harder! And this time,it's not going to be just about Sars but about bad government!!!!
— EzeNwanyi👑 (@IamEzeNwanyi) November 7, 2020