In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 07th, October, 2020

Three-day #ENDSARS Protest Commences In Lagos (Photographs)

Three-day #ENDSARS Protest Commences In Lagos (Photos)

Nigerians protesting against SARS in Lagos

Nigerians protesting in opposition to SARS in Lagos

 

Nigerians dwelling in Lagos state have started a three-day protest in opposition to the Particular Anti-Theft Squad of the Nigeria Police Drive.

 

The residents are demanding for the scrapping of SARS.

 

The protest is a part of the push for the reform of the police system to place an finish to the extra-judicial actions of the company.

 

The protesters mentioned the motion will maintain from Wednesday by way of Friday with a march to the Drive Headquarters, Ikeja, Lagos, in addition to the Lagos State Authorities Home.

 

In accordance with one of many organisers of the protest, the calls for of the demonstrators embody the necessity for the clear prosecution of all officers concerned in extra-judicial actions, justice for victims of extra-judicial actions in addition to the decision for the police to have a listing of officers which were discovered culpable of extra-judicial actions.

 

 

Different calls for embody “public enquiry on the actions of the unit previously one yr, compensation to be given to verifiable victims each useless and alive, tags on all policemen with names and job particulars, no police officer must be present in civil put on whereas on obligation with a gun, police ought to cease going round in unidentifiable vehicles or buses and digital mediums for monitoring instances with the police.”

 

Recall that musician, Azeez Fashola popularly generally known as Naira Marley, proposed the same #ENDSARS protest however chickened out and cancelled it on the final minute.

READ ALSO:  Pasuma Breaks Silence After Being Chased Away By #EndSARS Protesters (Video)

 

 

Naira Marley then backtracked to sentence the agitation for the scrapping of SARS, describing these calling for its finish as robbers.

 

Amnesty Worldwide has recorded about 82 reported instances of SARS brutality from 2017 to 2020.

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