Two policemen attached to the Afao Divisional Police headquarters in Ikere Ekiti have sought compensation for their damaged cars during the #EndSARS protest in Ekiti State meanwhile the chairperson of the Ekiti State judicial panel on police brutality, Cornelius Akintayo, has raised fresh concerns over abandonment of cases by petitioners.
Borno state governor, Babagana Zulum, has noted that Lagos state might take many years to recover from the wreckage caused during the #EndSARS protests by hoodlums. He went on to describe the incidences as “mind-boggling” after checking out the level of damage that was caused.
A commission of inquiry set up by Inspector-General Mohammed Adamu to investigate damage to the Nigerian police during the EndSars protest says nearly 100 Ak-47 rifles were stolen. The chairman of the 10-member committee, CP Yaro Abutu, told the source on Saturday that in addition to the firearms, 2,600 rounds of ammunition were also stolen during the violence that erupted as a result of the protests.