As the call against police brutality and high-handed operations of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) continues to rage across Nigeria, a prominent member of APC from Odogbolu Local Government in Ogun State, Ms Mojisola Adesola-Salami has joined her voice with other concerned citizens to demand justice for victims of police brutality.

Mojisola, who is also an Ogun state government board member as Rep Zonal on the state Health Management Board, said she won't be silent on the ongoing protest adding that the best time for concerned citizens to join the threading slogan "Soro Soke" (Speak Up) is now, to tackle the injustices in the country. 
She explained that, seeing people across the states protesting injustices for basic human rights and dignity, which a reformed policing system was part of, is highly commendable. 

Mojisola who was also part of the Ijebu Ode protest to show leadership skills in her as she said she can't just sit down at home and watch just the youths protesting what concerned everyone. 
She therefore advised the protesters not to be distracted but must be focused, saying that, the EndSARS protest goes beyond the SARS and is morally justified.

Mojisola said, "I support the youths that protest injustices, because it is necessary to be told  that they are allowed, without any intimidation, to exercise their right to peaceful demonstration and should not be provoked or incited to any form of violence.
She also appealed to the youths to voice their grievances, to continue to make their voices heard and maintain a good representation at the relevant table of decision making, moving forward.

Mojisola who equally advised the government to cultivate the habit of responding swiftly and timely to issues concerning youths in the country as youths are not ready to step out until their voices are heard.