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After upsetting Nigerians by sending President Donald Trump a get well soon message during the Covid19 positive time, Nigerians are yet again surprised by the silence President Buhari is putting up on the end Sars issue. With Celebrities coming out en mass, protests on going in Nigeria and abroad, and some protesters meeting their untimely death during the protest during to the same trigger hungry policemen that are the very reason for the protest. The Nigerian president has maintained his silence on the issue for as long as possible and many are not surprised by it seeing that he is known for his silence when words are mostly needed. While Reno Omokri is sending messages and calling the attention of celebrities and brands and a victory was obtained.

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Watch IGP Adamu Mohammed announce the dissolution of SARS unit

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IGP dissolves SARS nationwide

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Davido joins #EndSARS protest, secures the release of protesters

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@eniafemomodu reporting from London…

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#EndSARS protest in Abuja today October 8

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Falz and Runtown lead #EndSARS protest in Lagos

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Graphic: IGP reacts as #EndSARS protesters kill police officer in Delta and cart away his ammunition The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has condemned the unprovoked and violent attack on Policemen and damage to Police operational vehicles and other assets by ENDSARS protesters in Ughelli, Delta State, on Thursday, 8th October, 2020. Youths in Ughelli came out in their number to stage a protest demanding the disbandment of SARS.  A statement released by the Force Public Relations Officer (FPRO), DCP Frank Mba, says the protesters attacked and brutally murdered one Corporal Etaga Stanley attached to ‘A’ Division, Ughelli, Delta State and inflicted gunshot wounds on another officer, Sergeant Patrick Okuone. ''The protesters also carted away one (1) service AK47 rifle with breach no 56-2609008 and 25 rounds of live ammunition that was with the deceased at the time of the incident.'' Mba's statement read According to the statement, the IGP who described the incident as cruel and unwarranted warned that the Force will no longer tolerate any attack on its personnel or any member of the law enforcement community by any individual or group protesting under any guise. The IGP notes that protests by citizens remain a legitimate means for airing their concerns and views. It must however be carried out with all sense of responsibility and within the confines of the law. The IGP, while condoling the family and friends of the late Corporal Etaga Stanley who paid the supreme price in the service of our dear nation, equally commended the officers of the Delta State Police Command for exercising restraint in the face of the unjustified provocation The IGP has directed the Commissioner of Police, Delta State to carry out a discrete investigation into the unfortunate incident, root-out the perpetrators, and bring the killer protesters to book. Unconfirmed reports however claim that the protest turned violent after a police officer opened fire on the posterers. One of the gunshots landed on a little boy who was around the area.

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Police clamp down on #EndSARS protesters in Abuja

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Peaceful #EndSARS protesters teargassed by policemen in Abuja

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#EndSARS: Genevieve Nnaji writes open letter to President Buhari

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Singer, Small Doctor, leads #EndSARS protest in Agege

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#EndSARS trends on New York Twitter

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Nigerian mums also stage protest against #EndSARS

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Native doctor spotted in #EndSARS protest in Abeokuta, Ogun state

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Between protesters and soldiers during the endsars protest.

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#EndSARS protest gets to Canada

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#EndPoliceBrutality 🇳🇬

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Back 2 Back 😂😂😂

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Super Eagles midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi, has said Nigerian, including footballers who are overseas, are scared to visit the country over alleged killings by suspected operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad. . He made this known in a tweet on Saturday. . Ndidi, who plays for Premier League club Leicester City, lamented that many Nigerian youths are being killed by those expected to protect them. . The footballer also decried the arrest of youths wearing hairstyles also worn by footballers. . “#EndSARS for the safety of Nigerians… we are scared to visit home because the people who are meant to protect us are killing us. Looking good with dreads is not a crime,” he tweeted. . Apart from Ndidi, other Super Eagles players, including Leon Balogun, Shehu Abdulahi, and John Ogu had joined the protest against extortion and brutality by the Special Anti-Robbery Squad. . Hundreds of youths across the country have taken to streets in a solidarity protest to call for the scrapping of FSARS. . Balogun tweeted, “The reasons for the #EndSARSProtests have just come to my attention via very disturbing images and tweets. It is never good when those charged with protecting the citizens are now terrorising, extorting, or even killing the same citizens. I support #EndSarsProtests #EndSars.” . Ogu, who has been without a club since the COVID-19 pandemic, also wrote, “I pray our first checkpoint will never be our last bus-stop. Enough is enough.” . “The voice of the people must be heard, @NigeriaGov must #EndSARS and protect the lives of our Youth from #PoliceBrutality. My brother @BashirAhmaad, kindly pass our message to the President @MBuhari,” Abdulahi added. — Follow us for breaking news and videos. — #EndSARS #protest #Ndidiwilfred #police #punchnewspapers

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Dem kill dem mama #endpolicebrutality

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A little while ago I was driving down Admiralty in phase 1 towards the Lekki-Ikoyi link bridge roundabout when I noticed some policemen driving against traffic towards the same roundabout. They were driving recklessly and speeding, so I wasn’t surprised when they hit a car as they got to the roundabout. What did shock me however was their reaction to the accident. Even though they were without question at fault, having driven against traffic, they jumped out of their car and started beating the son of the man driving who was in the passenger seat in front. I was immediately enraged and jumped out of my car (leaving my own two kids there). I confronted the policemen and thankfully they stopped beating the boy, but they turned to me. One of them said he would shoot me right there and nothing would happen. And that right there is the greatest problem. Policemen have been made to believe that civilians have NO RIGHTS. And that there is no consequence for mistreating, abusing, or even killing them. THIS HAS GOT TO CHANGE. It is not enough to #endsars The federal government must immediately develop sustainable programs to reform the mindsets of our policemen. That day when I got back into my car I felt so sad when my daughter asked me, “Daddy why did the policeman want to shoot you?”. Truly she should never have had to see that. What’s worse is that I couldn’t assure her that he would be dealt with by anybody for mistreating the boy or threatening to shoot me. REFORMATION needs to happen NOW. No other person needs to die from police brutality. #EndPoliceBrutality #EndPoliceBrutalityNow

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#endpolicebrutality #endsars

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Well congrats Bro!

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#Endsarsnow

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#endsars #endsarsbrutality #endsarsnow

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