Thursday, October 29, 2020

#EndSARS: Protest Continues Until Buhari Addresses Nation, Nigerians React To Dissolution Of SARS

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A few hours after the Inspector General of Police, in a live broadcast on Sunday, announced that the Special Anti-Theft Squad unit of the Nigerian Police Force under the Force’s Criminal Intelligence and Investigation Department had been abolished “Effective immediately”, quite a few Nigerians have taken to Twitter to express their doubts about the dissolution of the police unit.

Users who appeared dissatisfied due to similar promises to reform the police department in the past that failed insisted the protest will continue until President Muhammadu Buhari addresses the nation.

The dissolution of SARS came after #EndSARS protests across the country and in some parts of the world.

Announcing the dissolution on Sunday, Frank Mba, a police spokesman, on behalf of the IGP, said that a new police agreement has been developed to address the anticipated policing gaps that the dissolution of SARS would cause and will be announced in due course. “

Not content with this, some Nigerians took to social media platforms asking the president to address the nation and sign an executive order.

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