VIDEO: #EndSARS Protesters Defy Wike’s Ban, Continue With Proposed March

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The agitation against police brutality and held Tuesday in Port Harcourt, Rivers capital.

This is despite the ban protests throughout the by Governor Nyesom Wike.

The protesters in their numbers converged at Pleasure Park, Port Harcourt, around 8.45 am to resume the .


They later marched around major streets in the city and lamented innocent youths and harassment by operatives the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).

Channels Television reporter at the scene the spoke with some the protesters who in reaction to the governor’s directive said they have the right to .


“The governor said what he said, it is within my constitutional right to . We are simply asking for police reform and justice for victims of police brutality,” Ms Okechukwu told Channels Television.

Governor Nysom Wike had earlier Monday declared in a statement all proposed protests under #EndSARS campaign are prohibited because the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, had already scrapped SARS.

Wike said there is no for any form of protest against a unit of the police force no longer exists.

Watch the video below: