In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 12th, October, 2020

UK Authorities Reacts To Disbandment Of SARS

UK Government Reacts To Disbandment Of SARS

Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson


The disbandment of the Particular Anti-Theft Squad of the Nigeria Police Drive has been hailed by the UK.


This was made public by the British Excessive Commissioner to Nigeria, Catriona Laing. She described the transfer as “an necessary first step”.


Laing writing on her verified Twitter deal with, @CatrionaLaing1, stated, “Welcome the federal government announcement on the way forward for #SARS – an necessary first step.

“The IGP’s dedication to make sure accountability for human rights violations is crucial to restoring public confidence within the Nigeria Police Drive.

“Listening to stories of violence affecting ongoing protests. Urge authorities to respect the best to protest and protestors to stay peaceable.”


Recall that we had reported that after days of protests in opposition to the brutality and extrajudicial killings by SARS operatives, the Inspector-Common of Police, Mohammed Adamu, on Sunday afternoon, introduced the disbandment of the police unit.


Adamu stated a brand new policing association to interchange the now-defunct SARS can be introduced “sooner or later”.

“The Drive just isn’t oblivious of the ever-present must fight armed theft, kidnapping and different violent crimes within the nation which was prior to now the core mandate of the erstwhile Squad.

“A brand new policing association to deal with anticipated policing gaps the dissolution of SARS would trigger has been advanced and shall be introduced sooner or later,” the IGP stated.



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