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#ENDSARS Panel: Victim rejects ₦7.5 million compensation

By Guardian Exclusive
21 May 2021   |   11:12 am
Six months after the massive #ENDSARS protest, a victim of police brutality, Ndukwe Ekekwe is demanding more compensation and prosecution of the officers who hurt him. Ekekwe is rejecting the sum of N7.5 million he was awarded by the Lagos Judicial Panel after it was revealed members of a notorious Nigerian police unit tortured him.

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