Nigerian youths have continued to march the streets to demand the total abolishment of the dreaded police anti-robbery squad, FSAR or SARS.
The protest kicked off with Nigerians and celebrities teaming together to drive their point home.
The likes of Folarin Falana famously known as Falz, and Douglas Jack Agu also known as Runtown, Don Jazzy, Retnan Daser, Blaqboi and a host of entertainers joined the protest while others raised their voices on social media.
Nigerian music star Wizkid and other celebrities, attacked President Buhari for not paying attention to the plights of the youths.
LONG ROAD TO VICTORY
The initial response to the protest was to ban the SARS operatives from Nigerian roads. A victory but not what the citizens demanded for.
As the government asked for a reform, which would not be the first time, the people spoke with one voice and asked for more.
The Inspector General of Police later announced that the unit has been dissolved. Another victory, but Nigerians are really bitter. They have asked the president to come out and address the nation and are also asking for Police reforms.
CELEBRITIES DOING THE NEEDFULL
Nigerian musicians and celebrities have stood side by side their fans to protest.
While Davido landed in Abuja to join the protest and also ensure arrested protesters are being released, Wizkid joined the protest in the UK.
Shitoto brings you updates on how your Jos celebrities are performing.
Government is saying one thing, Police is doing another thing. #EndSARS
— Retnan. D λ 5-3R (@32bitsret) October 13, 2020
I was arrested by Police this morning on my way to drop chairs/canopies in support of the #JosEndSarsProtest.
I was harassed, insulted & threatened by the men of the force.
I am shook but not deterred.
— Her Royal Petiteness (@TheIshanpepe) October 13, 2020
It's clear, the government owns the press and they are trying mighty hard to shape the news but God pass them. #SARSMUSTEND
— Christopher Okonkwo ⚪ (@iamchrisokonkwo) October 12, 2020
— A Boy Is Black (@blaqboi_vic) October 13, 2020
Jos protest day 4. We keep it moving.
We kept it peaceful and even shared drinks to the police officers who escorted us. #EndPoliceBrutalityInNigeriaNow #EndSARS #SarsMustGoNow #SarsMustGo pic.twitter.com/m8RJC82OMg
— Chris (@chijiokechuwa) October 13, 2020
Protesting is about making history, creating art and protecting future generations. Today in Jos nobody was arrested, nobody was harrassed. The message still remains #SARAMUSTEND #SARSMUSTENDNOW #JosEndSarsProtest #JosCityMarch 📷 : @BenD pic.twitter.com/jaRCTEgkZ1
— Selzing (@Selzinng) October 13, 2020
Jos people thank you for today's outing.
Let's do this again tomorrow.
Secretariat roundabout, 7am.@fkabudu @BrianJDennis @davido @adekunleGOLD @gimbakakanda @wizkidayo #SARSENDED #JosEndSarsProtest #EndSARS #5for5 #SARSMUSTENDNOW pic.twitter.com/O9KI1SGHfc
— Plangkat (@peekaymila) October 12, 2020