Fatima Zarah Bala Mohammed, daughter of the Bauchi state governor, Bala Mohammed, says she is speaking in support of the #EndSARS protest behind closed doors.

In a now deleted post on her Instagram page, Bala expressed her displeasure at the criticism and insults hurled at her for not lending her voice to the campaign.

“Nope! Not today, I am not the one, Not at all. Some of you think with your asses. Please if you want to be stupid, be stupid on your own! Don’t try to spread your negative energy on me. I‘m really not the one you want to pick on,” she posted.

“Do not message me fighting me for not posting the protest. I did, and I don’t have to post to spread awareness or to be concerned. If you have an official question to ask my father about the protest kindly dm him but I’m not the one you want to drag. Trust me, I have zero tolerance to people’s foolishness right now.”

“I have been seeing so many of you preaching unity but instead you are out here trying to bully me. So I’m not posting. Some of us are fighting their own personal battles and you guys have no idea on how I’m raising a voice behind closed doors, so don’t come on her and try to rub off negative vibes. Have a good day.”

TheCable had earlier reported that Zahra and Kiki, daughters of President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo, have also lent their voices to the ongoing #EndSARS campaign.

Adamu Mohammed, the inspector-general of police, has announced the disbandment of SARS after protests started to gain the attention of the international community and rights activists.

The campaign has shifted focus from SARS to the much broader fight against police brutality in the country.



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