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End SARS: Kenny Black leads protest in Ejigbo, Lagos

Ejigbo LCDA chairman, Hon. Monsuru Bello Obe, appealed to the youths protesting in opposition to the Particular Anti-Theft Squad of the police right this moment (Wednesday), assuring that federal and state governments are working collectively to handle their calls for.

Addressing the protesters led by Otoloorin Kehinde Peters often known as Kenny Black in Ejigbo, the chairman suggested them to conduct their exercise peacefully.

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He was represented by the Secretary to the Native Authorities, Mr. Paul Fregene.

The protesters had been agitating for the scrapping of the unit for the extra-judicial killing of residents.

Talking on their behalf, Kenny Black stated the atrocities of the SARS personnel had been getting out of hand as a result of they infringed on the basic human rights of residents.

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He stated the protesters joined the protest to make sure that their voice in Ejigbo was heard.

Responding, Fregene urged them to conduct their protest in a peaceable method in order to keep up regulation and order, cautioning them to not enable these with sinister motives to hijack the scenario.

He famous that President Mohammed Buhari has given the IGP a directive to disband SARS, including that the Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has equally addressed the youths the day earlier than and in addition promised to fulfill Mr. President on the matter.

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The council chairman additional implored the protesters to go about their lawful companies because the authorities from the federal authorities has introduced the disbandment of SARS division of the Nigeria Police.

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