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#EndSars: why Nigerians are protesting against police brutality

After days of fierce protests against police brutality, Nigeria’s government announced the dissolution of the infamous “Special Anti-Robbery Squad”, commonly called Sars, a police unit plagued with allegations of extrajudicial killings, theft and abuse. 
The Guardian’s Emmanuel Akinwotu explains what sparked the #EndSars protests across the country, how the movement trended internationally on social media, as well why demonstrators do not trust promises of reform
Nigeria to disband Sars police unit accused of killings and brutality

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