Nigerians in France join #EndSARS protest and ask Bukhari, IGP, to step down (photo)
Nigerians living in France have joined the massive #EndSARS protests.
On Friday morning, Nigerians joined the #EndSARS and #EndSWAT campaigns currently being held in Africa’s most populous country.
Young Nigerians demonstrated in front of the Nigerian Embassy in the Victor Hugo neighborhood of Paris, the French capital, demanding an end to police brutality and human rights abuses during the administration of President Muhammadu Bukhari.
Calling for a complete reform of Nigeria’s police force, protesters asked Police Inspector General Mohammed Adama to resign immediately due to oversight of the failed police agency.
Young Nigerians in France have also called for the resignation of President Bukhari due to the increasing number of murders, kidnappings and general insecurity in the country.
They also criticized Bukhari for the economy of the impoverished state of Nigeria, which resulted in massive job losses for citizens.
Although the police authorities have announced the disbandment of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad and the formation of the Special Weapons and Tactics Squad, Nigerians are unrestrained in their worries about the sweeping law enforcement reforms that are pouring into the streets of all cities. the world to push for change.