In a bid to make everyone understand that police brutality has not yet ended, a man has narrated the story of Tunde Abass who was recently arrested for taking pictures of policemen where they are harassing a woman.
Recall, that last year 2020, the youths went out to show their heartfelt over the fatalities the police agent, SARS was causing to Nigerians. Earlier before then, the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) has been engaging in some unlawful activities like harassing innocent youths, getting innocent people stranded unreasonably plus many others.
Recently, one of the revolutionists, Williams Efe has taken to the internet to share the story of a man who was arrested for picturing the activities of the police during the moment they are harassing a woman.
The culprit, Comrade Tunde Abass was arrested and detained at Onipanu police station and he has been arraigned to court.
Click here to watch how police were harassing the woman.
That's unlawful, what's your stake on this, is there any crime in filming police activities? If they have good intentions, why will they be mad at someone picturing them?
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