#ENDSARS PROTEST CONTINUE DESPITE GOVERNMENT COMPLIANCE

The #ENDSARS protest continue all through the states in Nigeria despite the federal government compliance and subsequent disbandment of the police unit, we bring you flash point around the country

#ENDSARS PROTEST CONTINUE DESPITE GOVERNMENT COMPLIANCE

The #ENDSARS protest continue all around the country despite government compliance to dissolve the SARS unit, the youth continue in their protest insisting its very unrealistic to listen to the government and believe their promise to dissolve the unit on a word of mouth, there's doubt in the government actions and inactions over it commitments to reform the entire Nigerian police force.

Truth be told, there's a need for the government to reform the entire Nigerian police force, the reform is long overdue and its high time the government take a drastic step in putting the Nigerian police in a position it truelly deserve. The Nigerian police force is a product of a bad system and its time the system adhere to implementing required adequacies to make the nations police force a functional one, rather than a security force who have turned to hunt and maime the people it was charged to protect.

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The problem when you have pushed people to wall is that when they turn back to attack, they wouldn't have a turning point or when to stop, the bottled resolve will aid them to go all the way until all angers and frustration is exhausted which might take a long time, this is the problem with the #ENDSARS or #SARSMUSTEND protest, the Nigerian youth have bottled their frustrations for so long that when they turn to attack, they don't know when to stop.

The government needs to speedily go ahead with the reform so that the youth can be assured it comitment on the issue, it must assure the populace that all hands are on deck to meet thier demand, else the protest might just go on for a very long time shutting down operations and general activities across the country if the situation isn't speedily addressed and nip in the bud.