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Government Should End Police Brutality In Nigeria

Government Should End Police Brutality In Nigeria

Government Should End Police Brutality In Nigeria

Police brutality has always been a major problem in Nigeria the giant of Africa.

The federal government of Nigeria has not taken any bold step in Tackling the issue , while the brutality continues to increase Nigerians continue to live in fear.

Police and the entire force in the country where meant to make the people feel safe and not the other way round.

In Nigeria SARS has always made headlines ,with their unlawful Activities like illegal arrest , killings , extorting citizens in fact an average Nigerian would say the police force have done more harm than good to Nigerians.

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Government Should End Police Brutality In Nigeria

A lot of vibrant Nigerian youth have lost their precious life to this unlawful set hoodlum who disguise under the police uniform to carry out their evil operations.

We all know there are still good cops in the police department but the bad once are more than the good ones.

Nigerians are afraid to step out , because nobody knows who is next to fall victim in the hands of SARS.

In Nigeria dressing well , having tattoo , dreadlocks , or even having an iphone can automatically but you in danger in the hands of SARS.

This article is the mind of every nigerian who have been extorted, detained, arrested illegally , or who have lost a family ,friend or a close relative in the hands of SARS.

However the federal government is doing little nor nothing about the frequent havoc the police and SARS do cause.

All the federal government did was to ban SARS , no Nigerian knows what happened next to the SARS officers involved in various reported incidents.

Recent killings of innocent citizens by  SARS Operatives prompted the  federal government has re banned them

but the question is for how long ? 

 

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