The Protests against Sars and police brutality in Nigeria is still going on, many offices are closed because of the protests going on against Sars and police brutality in Nigeria, the roads are blocked and the traffic is very heavy and tight. The youths are not willing to leave the protest ground any time soon until the government does something about ending Sars and police brutality completely in Nigeria. The youths are also protesting against bad government, they are tired of how things are working in Nigeria, they really want a good change in the country. The lekki toll gate is heavily blocked as protesters are there and not leaving any time soon. The toll gate at Chevron too was also blocked and this is causing a huge traffic. Nigerians are awake now and ready to fight for their rights, they are fearless and determined now, they want that positive change in Nigeria to begin.
This protest against Sars and police brutality will materialise.
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