#Endsars Diary: Police shoot at Jos protesters
By Guardian Exclusive
16 October 2020 | 8:16 pm
The EndSARS protesters who were demonstrating peacefully in Jos, the Plateau State capital were attacked by Nigerian police officers with live ammunition.
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