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#EndSars Diary: Why we protest

By Guardian Exclusive
18 October 2020   |   4:21 pm
Amid the protest against police brutality and demand for the end to the continued existence of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) in Nigeria, Leo Dasilva talks about why the ENDSARS protest has continued.

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