As the Nation continues to experience protest in different states of the country by Nigerian youths against brutality and intimidation by police officers of the Swift Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). The protest goes with the tag #ENDSARS which is a call by the protesters for The Federal Government and the Inspector General of police to scrap this Swift Anti-Robbery Swuad (SARS) unit and reform the Nigerian Police Force entirely.
However, in Owerri the capital city of Imo state, some protesters took their protest to another level to call it the state governor to come to their aid and fix their bad road which has become so bad.This post was made by a Facebook User in a Facebook group. However, some members of the above group have reacted to the lady that is seen sitting in that dirty water during the said protest. See screenshot of reactions.
Definitely, people are scared she will contact infection which is very dangerous to her health.
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