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22 Police Officers Killed by ‘Rampaging Protesters’— IGP

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22 Police Officers Killed by ‘Rampaging Protesters’— IGP


The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, said that not less than 22 police officers were killed by youth protesting police brutality while hundreds of police stations and formations across the country were damaged.

The #EndSARS protest, which lasted two weeks, was peaceful until it was hijacked by hoodlums who looted public and private-owned warehouses, burnt police stations, and destroyed property.

Before then, police and pro-government hoodlums attacked protesters across in many cities, including Lagos and Abuja.

During one of the demonstrations in Lagos, soldiers shot at unarmed protesters at Lekki Toll Plaza. At least two people were confirmed killed with witnesses saying the casualty was over a dozen. This caused chaos and led to reprisal attacks by angry youth.


The Nigerian Army has, however, denied that it shot at the protesters, saying it was invited to enforce a state curfew by the Lagos State Government.

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  1. Kash Freeman October 30, 2020



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