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BREAKING: Arrest killers of End SARS protesters – Senate orders Police

The Senate has commanded the Police to arrest officers who fatally shot End SARS protesters.

The Red Chamber of the National Assembly made the decision on Tuesday throughout plenary.

At the least, six people have been killed and scores wounded.

Senator Buhari Abdulfatai, introduced a movement on the dying of a member of his constituent, Jimoh Isiaka and assault on the Palace of Soun of Ogbomoso, Oba Oladunni Oyewumi.

The lawmakers noticed a minute silence in honour of Isiaka and different Nigerians that misplaced their lives to police brutality.

The Senate has ordered the instruct to arrest officers who fatally shot End SARS protesters.

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The Red Chamber of the National Assembly made the decision on Tuesday throughout plenary.At the least, six folks have been killed and scores wounded.

Senator Buhari Abdulfatai, introduced a movement on the death of a member of his constituent, Jimoh Isiaka and assault on the Palace of Soun of Ogbomoso, Oba Oladunni Oyewumi.

The lawmakers noticed a minute silence in honour of Isiaka and different Nigerians that misplaced their lives to police brutality.

Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, declared that the conduct of Particular Anti-Robber Squad (SARS) was not acceptable.

He regretted that their actions will probably be noted in Nigeria’s historical past.

“Your complete essence of the Nigeria Police Drive is to make sure there may be regulation and order and when SARS turned towards the people, it was proper for the people to protest.

“The protest has yielded the specified consequence up to now and there gained’t must proceed once more when SARS has been disbanded. These culprits who’re concerned within the killings needs to be dropped at the book.

Senator Ifeanyi Ubah commended the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, for disbanding the Unit.

Senator Rochas Okorocha urged the Senate to request the quick release of all protesters arrested to permit for peace between the federal government and the people.

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