Hundreds of youths Tuesday morning stormed the streets of Port Harcourt to stage protest against the now disbanded the Special Anti-Robbery Squad SARS, defying an order by the Rivers State governor against the protest.
Rivers State Government had on Monday night issued a warning to protesters not to stage any protest in Rivers following the disbandment of SARS by the Inspector General of Police.
As the call against police brutality and high-handed operations of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (F-SARS) continues to rage across Nigeria, musician, Duncan Mighty joined protesters on Tuesday to demand justice for victims of police brutality.
Port Harcourt the capital of Rivers State; Ibadan, the capital city of Oyo State; and Enugu the capital city of Enugu are some of the new states where the protest is ongoing today.
“Wike we dey come o.”
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Protesters in PHC chanting “Wike we dey come oh”#EndSarsLegal #BuhariHasBeenABadBoy #wike #PortHarcourtEndSARSProtest #PortHarcourtProtest #PhProtest Cousin yemi Lauretta onochie pic.twitter.com/SMlvz4CqTC
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