The United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator in Nigeria, Edward Kallon has approached Nigerian adolescents to stay serene while fighting police mercilessness in the nation.
The fights have been occurring since a week ago as young people approach the administration to really stop the Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the Nigerian Police Force, and not simply offer empty talk as has been done in earlier years.
Throughout the end of the week, the Inspector General of Police, Adamu Mohammed declared that SARS has been broken up. On Tuesday, October 13, the IGP made SWAT (Special Weapons and Tactics) as a trade for SARS.
Be that as it may, Nigerians have would not withdraw this time as they demand it will even now be similar officials who will be redeployed into a similar unit. Accordingly, the dissent proceeds.
Responding, Edward Kallon tweeted: “I have followed the improvements with respect to #EndSARS development. Government’s duty to destroy the outfit and change the @PoliceNG is welcome. The cycle may require some serious energy. I appeal to the young to stay quiet. The @UN is focused on supporting Nigeria’s proceeded with solidness.”