President Muhammadu Buhari have stated that does the Special Anti-Robbery Squad popularly known as SARS is the first step towards reforming the police force.

Disbanding SARS, the first step to extensive police reform – Pres. Buhari (Video)

Nigeria Police Force have been under the spotlight for quite some time now

especially the SARS department that have been accused of engaging themselves in

many atrocities that’s against their rules and regulations.

Youths of the country have been molested and assaulted on different occasions and

things took a new turn some days when a young man was reportedly shot dead in Delta.

Hashtag EndSars was created on all social media platforms as Nigerians call on the

Government to end the SARS operatives that have been the brain many atrocities in

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the country especially against youths.

With the Inspector General of Police announcing yesterday that the SARS

department have been disbanded, Nigerians are still clamouring for the

department be removed from constitution as this will be a lasting solution.

President Buhari while addressing citizens on his official Twitter page noted that his

administration first step towards reforming the police force is by disbanding

the SARS department.

He noted that primary duties of the police and other law enforcement agencies

remain protecting lives and livelihood of the citizens.

See video of Buhari speaking below:

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