The Federal Government on Wednesday continued its crackdown on the known faces of the #EndSARS protest by refusing to issue a passport to a caterer who provided food to protesters and helped in sourcing for funds for a wounded protester.
The caterer, Mosopefoluwa Odeseye, whose account had been frozen by the Central Bank of Nigeria in October, was denied a passport by the Nigeria Immigration Service(NIS) on Wednesday.
Odeseye said in a tweet that she had gone to renew her passport at the Alausa Passport Office, Lagos, but was informed that she had been blacklisted and was asked to proceed to Abuja.
The NIS has not made any comment on the incident.
The CBN had in October asked banks to freeze accounts of some persons involved in controlling #EndSARS funds.
The bank had told a Federal High Court that they are under investigation for terrorism, an allegation they have all denied.
The #EndSARS protests which rocked the country in October, was later hijacked by hoodlums leading to deaths and destruction of properties.