Nigeria youths on Monday continued their protests across the country demanding an end to police brutality.
The protests which began two weeks ago demanding the disbandment of the Special Antirobbery Squad SARS unit of the police force, on Monday turned into a demand for the reformation of the entire police force.
On Sunday, the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu had announced the disbandment of the SARS and President Muhammadu Buhari had also promised a progressive overhaul of the police force. The President had said that the police must be accountable.
SignatureTV correspondents in Lagos, Abuja, and Jos report that the youths who were dressed in black insisted that the disbandment of SARS was not enough. they now want all the SARS operatives involved in police brutality against innocent citizens to be brought to book.
Those who spoke to Damilola Abudu called for justice for all victims of police brutality, psychological evaluation, and reorientation of disbanded SARS officer and also for a good welfare package for the police officers, to compensate them for protecting the lives and property of citizens.