Dear @femigbaja I know you may not have slept well per your 2am tweets in response to the allegation that your security detail killed an innocent vendor you stopped to greet in Abuja.

If there is any truth or conscience left in you, I hope you see that it has hit home.
While you deal with this matter you have bought, Mr. speaker, @femigbaja I hope you can see that this is the very essence of our #EndSARS protests which you and your colleagues ended by ordering and being complacent about the death of young protesters...
...by the hand of the Nigerian Army, exactly today, one month ago. We have trigger happy security personnel. I have very pertinent questions and I hope you can be happy to respond @femigbaja while you deal with the market you just bought...
1. You said 'unidentified men' obstructed your convoy...
a. Were there steps taken to identify them?
b. Do you identify persons by shooting live rounds in the air, around a place where there are innocent persons?
c. If you shoot in the air, do u expect the bullets to remain up?
c. Were the unidentified men armed?
2. Was your live in danger @femigbaja such that the only solution was to shoot live rounds in the air?
3. Have you seen that security details in Nigeria are law less, lack control and basic de-escalating skills and only love to kill?
4. Will you, @femigbaja now push for laws to demilitarise the Police and other security personnel because we are not at war?
5. Only that we are at war with corrupt politicians who misuse public funds are you one of them? Otherwise, why will your convoy be scared of common men...
...approaching your convoy such that rather than identify them, they kill them?
6. A lot of money is spent on your bullet proof cars @femigbaja, why will you be in them and at a slight apprehension of 'obstruction' of your convoy by unarmed Nigerians, your security resort to guns
7. You see that it can really be anyone @femigbaja... What do you do to Ifeanyi's family now? Compensate with public funds? For something totally avoidable in the first place?
8. Do you agree now that the #lekkimassacre happened and in exactly this fashion?
I hope you take time to answer these honest questions. What is important is demilitarising the police force. We hope to see you respond in that fashion Mr. Speaker @femigbaja.

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