Nigerians in London, United Kingdom, UK, have continued the EndSARS protests calling for an end of Police brutality in Nigeria, an end to bad governance, and calling for the immediate resignation of President Muhammadu Buhari,
estors00 demonstrators took to the streets of London, on Saturday, in support of youth EndSARS protests in Nigeria.
Recall, that President Muhammadu Buhari was the focus of the anger, for his handling of anti-Police brutality protests against the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS, Unit of the Nigeria Police Force, NPF.
Black-clad demonstrators, mostly part of Britain’s large Nigerian diaspora, held signs reading: “EndSARS, end Police brutality”, and sang “Buhari is a dead man”, as they made their way through the streets of the capital.
Others waved Nigerian flags, with some splashed with red paint to make them look bloodstained, while some wore green and white masks and shouted through loudspeakers, as they protested at London landmarks, including Parliament Square and the BBC.
President Buhari had approved the scrapping of SARS, and pledged reforms, but the demands from the young protesters broadened to calls for more sweeping change and better governance in general.
Also, angry and oppressed youths have continued to cause chaos and destruction in the country, since the ordered shooting of peaceful EndSARS protesters at Lekki toll gate, on Tuesday night, in Lagos, and after President Buhari refused to acknowledge the incident in his Thursday, nationwide recorded and edited broadcast.
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