It is just six month that the Nigerian youth had a nationwide protest about the harassment of some SARS officials, the EndSARS protest lasted for days and eventually, there was a change in the police operation, see what one of the organizer of EndSARS protest, Rinu Oduala has just sad something about police harassment.
The EndSARS protest happened in October 2020 and despite the pandemic issue, a whole lot of youth all over the nation observe the protest, their request was met stage then IG dissolve the operation of SARS in Nigeria.
Just now, the Nigeria female activist and human right fighter, Rinu Oduala tool to her twitter page now to address another pressing issue in the police department.
She said, "Police harassment on the streets is on the increase.
Nigerian Governor what are you doing about this?"
Apparently, some Nigerians has been reaching out to her concerning the operation of some armed force.
According to many Nigerians, they allegedly said some of the police do not go with the order as some of them still engage in some illegal searching.
However, Rinu Oduala is calling on the Nigerian governors to take effective measure before the youth comes up with another plan. It is the believe of many that the new Inspector general of Police, Usman Alkali Baba will do the needful.
Rinu's tweet has generated so many argument and lot of users are pleading that the affected authorities will do the needful.Is this true?
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