Police Brutality: End SARS protesters generates own power at protest ground
Youth protesting against Police brutality in Nigeria has begun generating electricity at protest ground in Lekki-axis of Lagos State using solar-power generation method today.
Lekki protest ground, Alausa, and Abuja protest have been the busiest since the End SARS protest erupts in Nigeria last week. Protesters spend night and days at the Lekki Tollgate venue of youth protests as the calling for an end to police brutality in Nigeria continues.
Nigerians stormed the street in their numbers protesting against illegal arrests and killings by the men of the disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS unit of the Nigerian Police.
Following the continuous protest across the country, the Inspector General of Police was forced to disband the Special Anti-Robbery Squad and them setup another tactic unit the Special Weapons and Tactics unit to take over the function of the disbanded SARS.
Despite the IGP disbanding the SARS unit and the formation of SWAT, the protesters have refused to quit the street until they see the information of the police sector and an end to the police brutality in the country.
The protest is likely to extend to another week as the people are refusing to quit the street until they see that former officers in SARS unit are tried openly and no more harassment and brutality by security personnel across Nigeria.