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Thousands Of #EndSARS Protesters Walks 30km From Awka To Awkuzu In Anambra [Video]

Thousands of #endsars Protesters walked 30km from Awka to The Notorious Awkuzu SARS Office to shut it down.

Thousands of Nigerians youths in Anambra State have marched 30 kilometer in protest against the extrajudicial activities of the now-defunct Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) in the country.

Thousands Of #EndSARS Protesters Walks 30km From Awka To Awkuzu In Anambra [Video] 1

The #EndSARS protesters walked 30km all the way from Awka to Awkuzu in protest against the SARS tactical unit of the Nigerian Police Force over its brutality, illegal arrest, extortion, extra-judicial killings, among others.

KanyiDaily had reported that a former SARS commander, CSP James Nwafor, was accused of masterminding the disappearance (or possibly death) of hundreds of innocent people whose whereabout are still unknown in Anambra.

Many cases of severe human rights violations were linked to the former Awkuzu SARS commander, including terrifying reports of torture, unlawful killings, the disappearance of detainees and unlawful arrests.

Although, Governor Willie Obiano had announced that CSP Nwafor will be prosecuted for all human rights violation allegations against him, the youths on Friday marched from Awka under the sun and in the rain, to the notorious SARS office in Awkuzu.

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Below are some of the photos, videos and reactions of social media users.

KanyiDaily recalls that the owner of Upper Class Hotel in Onitsha, Chief Bonaventure Mokwe had also shared his heartbreaking experience with CSP James Nwafor and SARS Awkuzu after he was framed for murder.

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