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SECOND WAVE OF ENDSARS PROTESTS HIT SEVERAL MAJOR NIGERIAN CITIES.

Youths protesting against the brutality and extrajudicial killings by police on Monday hit the streets again in Osogbo, capital of Osun State.

The second wave of the End SARS protest commenced in Lagos, Oyo and Osun States.

RPTVBLOGS reports that demonstrators have returned to Lekki toll plaza, the scene of the military shooting currently under probe.

The youths in Osogbo armed themselves with different placards explaining the reasons for their actions.

“We are not fighting for any political party”, “#End Bad Judiciary in Nigeria”, ” #End fake judicial panel of Inquiry in Osun”, “Unfreeze all the frozen account”, ” We are Nigerian youths” among others.

The youths converged at the Ogo-Oluwa area and marched to the Osun State House of Assembly.

The protesters were demanding the release of all detained protesters and unfreezing of their accounts by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

Meanwhile the second wave of End SARS protest has commenced in Lagos and Ibadan. Ibadan is the capital of Oyo State.

Teams of policemen and soldiers are around to forestall a breakdown of law and order.

Security has been heightened at other flash points in Lagos, Nigeria’s biggest city.

On Sunday, the police reiterated its ban on gatherings, warning that such might be hijacked by unscrupulous elements.

The End SARS protest initially commenced on October 8 in Lagos. The youth-led outcry spread to other states.

For nearly two weeks, agitators demanded for an end to police brutality. Their resilience forced the police to scrap the notorious unit, Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).

But the protest went awry from October 21, one day after the Lekki shooting. Hoodlums, in many states, targeted attack on residences and businesses.

Several public and private property were looted or set on fire.

According to the federal government, the civil disorder, which lasted about a week, caused the death of 100 civilians and security operatives.

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