ENDSARS: Nigerians not accepting the Terms while Protests continues
ENDSARS: Nigerians not accepting the Terms while Protests continues at Lagos State Nigeria despite the Suspension and dissolution of FSARS or SARS announced on Sunday 11th, of October.
Nigerian youth raging out for the disbandment of Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) in Nigerian have remained on the streets of Lagos, hours after the government bowed to their requests.
The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Adamu, has declared the dissolution of the dreaded police formation, following the nationwide #EndSARS protest.
The IGP made the announcement known on Sunday 11th of October during a press conference at the force headquarters in Abuja.
However, the protesters insisted that the terms of the IGP are not acceptable to them, particularly the points two and three on the list.
Signed by the Police Professional, Frank Mba, the two terms stated that all officers in the disbanded unit will be redeployed to other formations and units; and that a new policing arrangement for tackling violent offences will be unveiled to the public
Maintaining that the struggle is not over, the youth took the protest from the usual take-off point at the Lagos State House of Assembly at Alausa to Opebi through Allen Avenue and back to Alausa through Opebi Link Road.
They were heard chanting protest lines like “end SARS immediately”, “No dey disguise”, “send SARS to Sambisa”, “Nigerians are not criminals”, and so on.
One of the protesters, Israel Ogunsheye, said that the announcement of the IGP only means that they will be putting old wine into a new bottle.
“We are still not safe.
Those criminals will still be carrying weapons and will still be out there.
We need the government to take action and get those guys off the force.
Until uniform and arms are completely taken off them, we cannot feel safe,” he said.Nigerians not accepting the Terms
How are we sure that we will not continue to live in fear?” asked Tola Akinola, another protester.
“It is still the same guys we are saying we don’t want that they want to put in charge of our safety.
Who does that? Are they trying to fool us to stop the protest? We have heard this before and until proper action is taking, we are not sitting this one out,” she said.Nigerians not accepting the Terms
9jatalkative had reported that the protests started on Thursday led by some Nigerian entertainers and celebrities Falz and Runtown, Small Doctor, Trey Songz the american popular singer who supported the Protestors, youths and some other Celebrities who are to Protest has been coming out everyday to continue the protest.
How ever lots of plans are made to continue the protests Rivers State are yet to do theirs on Tuesday 13th of October and some other states are yet to in this coming week.
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