As the Nation keeps on encountering fight in various conditions of the nation by Nigerian adolescents against severity and terrorizing by cops of the Swift Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). The dissent goes with the label #ENDSARS which is a call by the nonconformists for The Federal Government and the Inspector General of police to scrap this Swift Anti-Robbery Swuad (SARS) unit and change the Nigerian Police Force altogether.
Be that as it may, in Owerri the capital city of Imo express, a few dissidents took their dissent to another level to consider it the state lead representative to go to their guide and fix their terrible street which has gotten so awful.
This post was made by a Facebook User in a Facebook gathering. Notwithstanding, a few individuals from the above gathering have responded to the woman that is seen sitting in that filthy water during the said fight. See screen capture of responses.
Certainly, individuals are terrified she will contact contamination which is perilous to her wellbeing.
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