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Update: Nigerians Take #ENDSARS Protest To Another Level – See Videos And Pictures

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Update: Nigerians Take #ENDSARS Protest To Another Level – See Videos And Pictures

Update: Nigerians Take #ENDSARS Protest To Another Level – See Videos And Pictures

Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) is an integral part of the Nigerian Police unit deployed for combatting robberies in their various neighbourhoods. This department of the Police was formed to enhance the security system of the country for citizens to have a sense of secured mentality in their movement as they limit or better, eradicate the dominance of robbers in the country. However, SARS, has turned out to be the worse enemy o citizens in the country, abducting, robbing, rapping and in worse case scenarios, killing innocent people in their operations.

ENDSARS NowUpdate: Nigerians Take #ENDSARS Protest To Another Level – See Videos And Pictures

The worrying situation has led the entire youth of the Republic of Nigeria to come out in their numbers in recent times to protest against the existence of SARS. SARS for reasons known best to them only have fought back, increasing the torture and crime rate in their operations.

In Max World Media’s recent, survey on social media, we have noticed that, not only Nigerians,  but the world at large, including superstars in the entertainment and sports industries have voiced their concerns towards the dissolution of the notorious unit. This morning we noticed again that protestors have gathered in their numbers on popular Nigerian roads with the latest one on Lekki toll gate chanting, “Where is Buhari?”.

If there is any reason why the majority of the Nigerians are angry, it is the fact that the IGP of the Nigerian Police department announced the disbandment of the SARS group yet they have still been seen in actions. This makes citizens feel betrayed and let down.

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Another encounter on twitter is how angry protestors have invaded the government house of Nigeria. They also face the fierce attack of the actual police unit. Check the video below.

Stay tuned as we follow up on the issue to deliver timely updates to you.

Writer/Editor: Armstrong Oduro (Admin)

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