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#ENDSARS: Runtown and Falz begin peaceful protest in Lagos
As slated, Nigerian top music acts, Runtown and Falz have commenced their complaint in opposition to the notorious department of the Nigerian Police, SARS.
The 2 musicians, in the company of different Nigerians and well-liked influencers, assembled on the Lekki toll gate, with ensigns having descriptions that convey against SARS officers.
As at the time of submitting this report, the two songsters alongside different Nigerians have begun pacing the streets of Lagos shouting in unison their need to #EndSARS.
They are going to be rallying to the workplace of the Assistant Inspector General of Police to present a plea on the scrabbing of the unit division.
This appears after the IGP disclosed the prohibition of the SARS’ activities on Sunday.
Meanwhile, in a separate event, protestors under #RevolutionNow have as well embarked on a peaceful protest within the Abuja axis demand to scrap SARS.
Based on reports, Police have dispersed the movement.
However, trends on social media, particularly twitter still holds calls with hashtags to dissolve the Police unit in view to reduce killings and brutality on unarmed citizens.
Recall, popular musical talent, Naira Marley days ago suspended a scheduled rally after Nigerians raised an uproar with various videos indicating SARS involvement in bloodletting on the people.