03.03.2021 EndSARS Watch Disbanded SARS Officials ‘Operate’ on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway

Published 3rd Mar, 2021


Korede Abiodun, a concerned Nigerian, has raised the alarm over the reemergence of operatives of the disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). 

In October 2020, after #EndSARS protesters took to the streets to demand an end to police brutality, Mohammed Adamu, the inspector-general of police, disbanded the squad.

Five months after the “supposed” ban, Abiodun said he saw operatives of F-SARS while on his way to work this morning, raiseing concerns over the status of the squad. 

Korede made this revelation on Wednesday via Twitter

“Two cars were parked. A Lexus and a Camry. I saw young men talking to men in uniforms with the inscription F-SARS,” Abiodun subsequently told FIJ.

“The men in uniforms were with guns. I did’t take a picture. It was dark and I was on speed. I counted at least four men with guns.

“The point where they were had a speed breaker. I frequent that route, I was surprised to see police. I thought I saw policemen until I noticed they were SARS. In my guess, they operated with the Camry because it had no number plates.”

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Published 3rd Mar, 2021



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