The members of the UK Parliament have fixed a date to debate sanctions against the administration of Buhari over its handling of the #EndSARS protest that occured last month.
The parliamentarians will consider a petition from hundreds of thousands of Nigerians that asked them to look into the killings and gross violations of human rights abuses by security forces and other officials.
The petitions were filed online last month after the shooting that happened at Lekki Toll Gate.
Members of the UK Parliament, however, scheduled November 23 to debate sanctions against the current administration.
It is unclear whether the British lawmakers would recommend sanctions after debating the petitions, or if the government would implement them considering Nigeria’s long-standing ties with the UK.
Howbeit, a medical doctor and also an activist took to his Twitter account to revealed this, telling all Nigerians to watch BBC on that day.
“Please watch BBC Next Week Monday. The UK Government through the Parliament has fixed November 23 to discuss sanctions against the Buhari administration over the killings of #EndSARS protesters, harassment and arrests, as well as the extensive human rights abuses. PASS THIS ON!”