#EndSARS: Protest Enters Day Ten In Nigeria

Last updated on September 11th, 2021 at 08:19 am

As the protest against police brutality enters day ten, thousands of youth has come out in mass to to make their grievances known to the government at large. On the other the government has said they have met the demands of the people.

Fights against police brutality in Nigeria entered the 10th day on Saturday with in excess of 10,000 individuals attacking the roads of Lagos.

Moms additionally joined the walk in the downtown area of Nigeria’s monetary capital.

“I am here to come and challenge the slaughtering of my youngsters, against the executing of our kids, against the murdering of the adolescent,” said Adepeju Dinyo.

“We need another Nigeria where exemplary nature, harmony and equity rule, where our youngsters can live, can go to class and work and carry on with their lives in harmony.”

The conventions began a week ago after a video did the rounds internet demonstrating a man being beaten, evidently by police from the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) unit.