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How Police officers harassed us for discussing Lekki tollgate protest — Lady

“This man called other police officers standing at the Maryland bus stop and they all came around to further harass us. He was going to break my phone so I stopped recording, and we literally had to apologise for talking.

Soldiers chasing #EndSARS protesters killed my sister, final-year student – Lagos businesswoman says

“We were disappointed that the judicial panel of inquiry declined to hear our petition to get justice for Queen. We have asked and we don’t know of any military panel to direct our petition to. We had hoped that the panel would help us to get justice for Queen

Lady beaten, striped naked for indecent dressing by men of the Nigerian Army in Ogun

The soldier was caught on video yanking off the young lady’s blouse and had also wanted to take off her bra when passersby intervened.

#EndSARS: How my brother was shot, denied medical attention till death- Witness

“When I tried helping the deceased, Sergeant Apugo threatened that anybody that comes close will be shot.

#EndSARS: Delta police invites protester for questioning

“Until these issues are addressed by the Inspector General of Police (IGP), until the government tackles unemployment and build viable infrastructure, we won’t back down.

#EndSARS: Soldiers fired ‘live bullets’ at Nigerian anti-police brutality protesters, army admits

The army had initially maintained that its troops were not at the site of the shooting, but later admitted they were deployed.

EndSARS: Nigerian army is professional, Buratai replies CNN

“We abide by rules of engagement and the constitution of the federal republic of Nigeria.

From denial to blame game — Nigerian army and Lagos govt spat on Nigerians lost lives

At the hearing of the Lagos panel of enquiry, Ahmed Taiwo, a brigadier general of the Nigerian Army, said the army “was unhappy that he (Sanwo-Olu) said he did not ask the army to intervene” in the protest. He also said soldiers deployed to quell the protests wouldn’t have gone with catapults.”

#EndSARS protest: Sanwo-Olu have the right to invite military- General

“It was these incidents that made the Governor of Lagos State ask for military intervention and in my opinion, that was the right thing to do since the police had been overrun and policemen were fighting for their dear lives.”

#EndSARS Protests: UN backs Nigeria youths, says everyone has right to protest

“The UN stance is clear, like the UN Secretary General had said in his speech, we believe everyone has a right to demonstrate peacefully for those issues they want to raise with their government.

#EndSARS promoter moved from Lagos police custody to Abuja

“He has been moved to Abuja and I think they decided to move him because they would not be able to control the outrage in Lagos.”

#EndSARS: Police reform will address security challenges — Petinrin

The Government is doing everything to tackle the security challenges in the country. Although I am aware that things are not yet good but if given chance, the country will get it right.

Three hospitalised after Rivers cop goes on shooting spree

“He shot me on my waist. I went down and shouted, ‘officer you have shot me’”,

#EndSARS: TV station confirms death of reporter ‘arrested by Lagos task force’

“Onifade Pelumi died while covering the scenes at the site of the palliative storage centre. He will be deeply missed.”

SARS tortured, damaged my bladder, spinal cord – Ekwekwe, Victim

At the station, the petitioner said he was beaten, stabbed in his hand and on his back, tortured, and dumped in a cell where the inmates subjected him to another round of beating.

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Policeman shot by suspected kidnappers is buried in Ekiti

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