Aniekan Brown described tomorrow’s planned protests by the End SARS activists as unnecessary and ill-advised.

As the Nation awaits tomorrow’s planned protests by the End SARS activists, a professional in the field of Criminology, Aniekan Brown, has described the action as unnecessary and ill-advised.

Brown, who doubles as the Chairperson, Academic Staff Union of Universities, Calabar Zone, made his position known in an interview with our Correspondent, Michael Bassey, preferring a peaceful match instead.

He reasoned that in the face of heightened security challenges plaguing the country, wisdom would demand that such a move could be hijacked by those who do not mean well for the country to cause mayhem and bring a bad name to the genuine protesters.

The Don expressed worry that some major cities in the country are yet to recover from the institutional damage that the pilot End SARS protest caused, and wished Nigerians would adopt a more reasonable approach in getting their voices heard.

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