The spokesperson for the motion, Abdullahi Musa, acknowledged this on Tuesday in a phone dialog with SaharaReporters.
He mentioned the group doesn’t carry arms as been insinuated by the federal government and safety businesses.
He warned the federal government to have a rethink earlier than prescribing the motion as a terrorist group.
Musa mentioned, “Sure, we are going to come out to protest. Anyone that’s planning to proscribe the motion is planning to place this nation into disaster in order that they are going to profit as a result of they’ve been benefiting from it.”
He defined that the federal government had benefited from the earlier disaster of the Boko Haram terrorist group.
He accused the federal government of selling the killings of their members simply as he vowed to not be intimidated or suppressed by the weapons.
He acknowledged that it’s their constitutional proper to protest and demand justice.
“It’s our constitutional proper and we should protest. The one factor is to free him and let him go for therapy. Armed robbers, kidnappers and Boko Haram have been handled on this nation, so let him go for therapies,” Musa mentioned.
He debunked the allegation that members of the group killed the Deputy Commissioner of Police.
He mentioned that they by no means killed anyone as a result of they aren’t skilled to kill folks. He mentioned that the police officer was killed because of indiscriminate capturing by the police. He admitted that the officer got here near them to attraction with the protesters however was hit by a stray bullet from behind which pierced via his head.
He mentioned, “That could be a large lie and it’s a disgrace for them saying this. They mentioned that he was attempting to speak to us however the bullet got here behind him. Who was behind him? The law enforcement officials killed lots of people, even harmless those who had been strolling on the road. They had been those that shot him, are we armed?”
As of the time of submitting this report, the group has began mobilising their members to regroup for an additional spherical of protest.