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Ilemona Onoja speaks on how the Nigerian police attacked #EndSARS protesters in Abuja

By Guardian Exclusive
12 October 2020   |   7:25 pm
The Nigerian Police Force has dispersed Abuja #EndSARS protesters with live bullets, water cannons, and tear gas. Ilemona Onoja narrates how the police onslaught on citizens happened on Sunday.

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