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We’ll kill any SARS seen today – angry youths comb streets with caskets in Delta (video)
Angry youths have declared to deal with operatives of the Nigeria Police fragment, SARS in view to reduce rate rampant killing in the state.
In a retrieved footage by SCANNEWS24 showed over hundred of youths hit streets Ugheli Delta State with placards, banners inscribed “ENDSARS”.
The protester seen with vehicles speeding in convoy was heard threatening to kill any SARS operative spotted within the state.
“Any SARS we see we go kill am, no more SARS o”
However, a moving lorry was also captured with over ten caskets.
This is coming barely 24 hours after the security agents of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad allegedly killed a yet to be identified young man and disappeared with his white Lexus car.
Similarly, Nigerians have hit social media with the hashtag #EndSARS.
The aforementioned safety personnel has carried various criminal act on the citizens and no one has been prosecuted or arrested.
Varied video clips have surfaced online indicating heinous crimes committed by the police department.
Recall the country has been faced with numerous security challenges ranging from kidnapping, Fulani Herdsmen attack, Boko Haram, etc. across states in Nigeria.
Nigerians have also called to implement Vice President Yemi Osinbajo’s 2018 SARS reform report in order to regulate activities of the Anti Robbery Squad.