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#EndSARS: Despite Ban, Video Of Alleged SARS Operatives Still Assaulting Citizens Today Emerges

A video has surfaced online of suspected FSARS officials arresting a yet-to-be-identified man, just hours after their activities were banned by the Inspector General of Police, Adamu Mohammed.

Twitter user, Somto Okonkwo who calls himself as a Human rights activist, shared the alleged video online.

He alleged that the incident happened this morning October 5 at Urora Junction, Benin City, in Edo state

He also reported a similar incidence, which according to him occured in Computer Village, Lgos State.

See his tweets below:

Just This Morning At Urora Junction, Benin City, EDO STATE. #FSARS Continue To Terrorise Innocent Citizens. @PoliceNG #EndSARS #EndSARSNotBanSARS

— Somto Okonkwo (@MrSomtoOkonkwo) October 5, 2020

This Just Happened In Computer Village In Lagos. #FSARS Officer Nearly Beaten To Death While Trying To Harass And Extort A Young Man. #EndSARS This Is Just The Beginning Of The #WarOnSars. @PoliceNG @PoliceNG_CRU #EndSarsParmanentlyNow

— Somto Okonkwo (@MrSomtoOkonkwo) October 5, 2020

Over the weekend, there were serious outrage displayed by Nigerians, including celebrities, over the incessant rate at which innocent Nigerians were being killed, by operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).

The recent outcry was sparked off when a video emerged on Saturday, in which a young man was seen to be shot dead by SARS operatives who made away with his car.

Following the recent clamour for the end of SARS operation in the country, the Inspector General of Police IGP, Ibrahim Adamu called for the immediate ban of operatives of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad, F-SARS and other Tactical Squads of the Nigeria Police Force from routine patrols including searching phones of citizens.

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However, this isn’t the first time the IGP is given such directive.

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