#EndSARSProtest: Only the truth can set us free
By Guardian Exclusive
31 October 2020 | 9:22 am
On Inside Stuff this week, Martin Oloja talks about the EndSARS protest in Nigeria. The EndSARS movement that started a few weeks ago and ended with blood on the street with government and private properties burnt over how the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) section of the Nigerian police force has been brutalizing and killing innocent Nigerians unjustly.
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