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7 Dec 2020
'They killed my 14-year-old son', woman accuses SARS
31 Oct 2020
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.
15 Oct 2020
After days of protest, a police unit known for committing crimes is dissolved and replaced. In Lagos, people don't believe that the move with end police brutality. The dissolution of SARS prompted fears in volatile parts of the country.
11 Oct 2020
The Inspector General of Police, Mohammed has announced the immediate dissolution of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS.
10 Oct 2020
As the call for a scrap of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) continues to gather momentum, Lagos State Deputy Governor, Obafemi Hamzat has urged protest­ers to abide by the law, so that those concerned will get the salient point of their message.
10 Oct 2020
As the End SARS protest continues, YouTuber and content creator Fisayo Fosudo and others speak about brutal experience with SARS and meeting with Lagos Dep. Governor.
10 Oct 2020
There are various units in the Nigeria Police Force, but none more maligned than the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). So scorned is the unit that Nigerian's are on the street calling for its eradication.
9 Oct 2020
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26 Jun 2020
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19 Mar 2020
Governments across Africa are scrambling to increase their capacity to deal with an expected surge in cases of COVID-19. Several countries are putting the focus on ramping up detection and prevention measures. We take a closer look at Liberia: The West African country had to deal with a devastating Ebola outbreak that ended just four years ago. Have lessons been learned and is its health infrastructure ready for another potential crisis? Finally, we report on the situation in Ivory Coast and Zimbabwe.
3 May 2019
At least five cases of extra-judicial killings by Nigeria’s anti-robbery squad, SARS were recorded in recent weeks, including the murder of Kolade Johnson, a young father, on Sunday, March 31. The police has unleashed terror on the citizens it is meant to protect, leaving sorrow, tears, and blood in their wake.

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