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Unit to replace SARS begins training next week says IGP

Unit to replace SARS begins training next week says IGP

Unit to replace SARS begins training next week says IGP

Unit to replace SARS begins training next week says IGP today amidst the claims from Nigerians all over the country

Recall that the IGP, on Sunday, announced that SARS has been dissolved after Nigerians took to the streets to protest against brutality

The Nigerian youths also protested against the extrajudicial killings of young Nigerians by the officers of the police unit.

The inspector general of police, Officer Adamu said the police officers of the disbanded unit would be retrained and given other jobs in the Nigerian police force.

However, he said that SARS unit would not be added into the new police unit:

“We admit the trust gap is wide but we will work to bridge that gap,”

We just disbanded SARS yesterday (Sunday), so protesters should calm down and give us time to fix the problem.

The general public will be part of the process of getting a new outfit.

“I’m talking to you, so, I will keep talking to many others and get civil societies involved and get their input towards the new unit.

”The IGP added that the families of victims of SARS brutality will be compensated after the incidents have been investigated.

“The issue of compensation to the families of those affected by SARS would be addressed when investigations are concluded.

We want justice to be done and justice will be done,”

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