#Endsars: Curfew in Benin following jailbreak
By Guardian Exclusive
19 October 2020 | 2:32 pm
The Edo State Government imposed a 24-hour curfew across the state until further notice. The decision was taken after incidents of vandalism and attacks carried out by hoodlums who high jacked the #EndSARS protest.
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