Anambra SARS killed over 100 Igbo youths — Ohanaeze, says #EndSARS protest good for Nigeria

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The Pan Igbo sociocultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has declared that the ongoing demonstration by Nigerian youths against brutality, tagged #, is for the good the country and should be supported by all, even as it alleged that the disbanded Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) had more than 100 Igbo youths.


National Publicity Secretary, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Mazi Chuks Ibegbo, told Sunday Telegraph an exclusive chat at the weekend that the apex Igbo body supports the protest, and advised the to urgently embark on the reformation the and the security general.


Ohanaeze also called on government to investigate allegations against the operatives the disbanded SARS across the country and punish those found to have committed extrajudicial and other serious offences.


“The protest is welcomed, our security agents over the years have been brutalizing innocent ; they have been committing extrajudicial all over the country. The SARS offices are butchering offices. The SARS Awkuzu, State, is a dungeon, a killing field; the SARS offices all over the country are the same but worst of all is the at Awkuzu.


“They more than 100 innocent Igbo youths and dropped them at Ezu River. The SARS and in general and all our security agents are anti-people; they need to be reformed seriously.


“I don’t know what they teach them at Police Colleges as human rights, but whatever it is, it’s a welcome development they were disbanded but it’s not enough to disband them, they have to be reformed, there has to be a comprehensive reform of the police starting from the IG to the corporals.


“The demonstration is good, it’s welcomed. Any of the that kill or injure any of the should face the law and should be dealt with according to the law.


will now sleep with their two eyes closed, most of this security agents, some of them are and if the police is reformed and we have a peoples’ police, can now go and sleep with their two eyes closed with the assurance that they now have a peoples’ police different from the present security agencies we have that are almost .  (Sunday Telegraph)