Why are the Police Killing Us?

Martins, a 24 year old software engineer, stood in front of the Lagos State House of Assembly complex which was locked and barricaded by the police to protest police brutality.

It was Friday, the third day of the 72-hour sit-in protest that had been going on at the government secretariat in Alausa Ikeja, a highbrow suburb of Lagos where the majority of the state government’s offices are located.

Dressed in a slim-fit top and styling his hair in locks, his gait, as he walked around the protests complaining of several harassments he has had to endure in the hands of officers of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), showed his agitation…..

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