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Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by wale377(m): 5:06am On Oct 10
Students riot against police shootings

LAGOS, Nigeria -- Enraged university students rioted and boycotted classes across Nigeria Monday to protest the deaths of 15 people shot by police during a campus demonstration, news reports said.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vj8Jpzy5M10

President Gen. Ibrahim Babangida named a five-member commission to investigate what he called 'an appalling disaster' last Friday at Ahmadu Bello University near Zaria in northern Nigeria. He said he expected a report within three weeks.

News reports said anti-riot police opened fire on students protesting a new policy banning male students from visiting women's dormitories. Four died immediately while the other 11 died later in hospitals, the government-run Daily Times newspaper reported. Two of the victims were university employees, it said.

The Daily Times said doctors were 'battling to save the lives of others hit by bullets,' but the number of wounded was unknown.

The students also were protesting the expulsion of two students accused of masterminding an unauthorized visit by male students to a female dormitory after the ban took effect last month.

Government radio reported students at the University of Ibadan in western Nigeria set fire Monday to a campus police station, seized a rifle and other equipment, and barricaded entrances to the college to protest the killings.

Students at Ibadan and four other major universities -- Lagos, Ilorin, Jos and Kano -- also boycotted classes and demanded legal action be taken against Ahmadu Bello University's vice chancellor, Professor Ango Abdullah, in the deaths of their peers.

At Lagos, police shot and wounded two students Saturday when demonstrators tried to march to Babangida's residence to protest the slayings.

Babangida said the commission would be headed by retired Maj. Gen. Emmanuel Abisoye and include former student leader Segun Okewo.

'I am confident that members of this commission are persons of integrity and character who will be able to undertake a fair and unbiased assessment of the unfortunate incident,' he said.

He asked the commission to draw up recommendations to avoid 'such an appalling disaster again.'

https://www.upi.com/Archives/1986/05/26/Students-riot-against-police-shootings/7134517464000/

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Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by Ratedgang: 5:07am On Oct 10
They got no change. Still same till date.

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Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by Kingscee: 5:14am On Oct 10
Noted

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Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by Karlovich: 5:28am On Oct 10
We at vulturebbqgrills thank you our darling daddy for your silence so far regarding the killing of Nigerians by SARS we know that if it was prevalent is the North you would have set up a committee to look into it. Please tell Bashir to pay us our zombie stipend, things are becoming hard for your minions

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Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by nifemi25(m): 5:29am On Oct 10
So this police brutality has started for long. They should just end SARZ

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Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by bolaayenimo: 5:35am On Oct 10
E don tey wey yansh dey for back

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Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by NoshakingGod(f): 5:44am On Oct 10
No be today thing sef

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Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by DuBLINGreenb(m): 5:54am On Oct 10
This country na can of worms

No be today, funny thing is our elders know what's going on they will do nothing, but blame youths for problems that started way before today's youths where even born

Bloody cowards all dem elders see Lauretta onochie and co. Classic examples

If we don't make noise they'll say we do nothing when we talk they'll say keep quiet or show respect all of them are mad

If they had curbed these in 1986 would we still be suffering it today?

A young Nigerian man is free to rock natural black hairstyles everywhere in the world except in his own Nigeria, he is free to drive the most expensive cars every where in the world except in his own Nigeria what nonesense

A young Nigerian school girl must shave her head bald to show she is good or virtuous as natural Nigerian hair is seen as dirty, unclean, poor, bad, unholy in your own Nigeria what a shame

Shebi if they protested long ago they would have atleast reached somewhere today but all of them folded arms, Siddon look. I hope and pray our generation will not be as foolish, docile and gullible as our parents and their parents generations

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Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by bioemmy: 5:56am On Oct 10
So no be today the agitation start sef.

Nigerian police has been corrupt since creation.
Unfortunately, if we don't get them reformed or banned now, our kids in the next 30 years or so will protest again.

Our fathers started it,
we must end it,
else our children will inherit it. undecided

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Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by illicit(m): 6:14am On Oct 10
That's why police stations are banned on campuses....

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Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by aycorporat(m): 6:37am On Oct 10
This is glaring that the Nigerian police inherited this crap from the British colonial police as we trace it back to the Abs riots where innocent women were massacred.
It is getting worse by the day.

Only the masses themselves can put a stop to this

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Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by AdolfHitlerxXx: 6:42am On Oct 10
This is what I like about the South West folks.

They always stand up to oppression without fear.

Our brothers in South South too provided some support for the #EndSARS.

While some chestbeating cowards hid under their beds wearing their wives' dresses.

Anyways with leaders like Zik, Ojukwu and Kanu who ALL fled at the first sign of trouble... one can't expect too much

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Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by AdolfHitlerxXx: 6:42am On Oct 10
angry
Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by KingstonAyo37: 6:43am On Oct 10
No be today he start be that

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Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by wale377(m): 11:18am On Oct 10
Lalasticlala mynd44
Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by BigSarah(f): 11:32am On Oct 10
AdolfHitlerxXx:
This is what I like about the South West folks.

They always stand up to oppression without fear.

Our brothers in South South too provided some support for the #EndSARS.

While some chestbeating cowards hid under their beds wearing their wives' dresses.

Anyways with leaders like Zik, Ojukwu and Kanu who ALL fled at the first sign of trouble... one can't expect too much

Must you announce your senility publicly...Avoid Tribalism

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Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by AdolfHitlerxXx: 11:34am On Oct 10
BigSarah:


BigSarah to HIS father:

Must you announce your senility publicly...Avoid Tribalism

Yeah. I know you're a male. A hungry one begging using a female moniker.

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Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by BigSarah(f): 11:36am On Oct 10
AdolfHitlerxXx:


Yeah. I know you're a male. A hungry one begging using a female moniker.

Thanks for showing your great wisdom, quit tribalism.

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Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by StaffofOrayan(m): 11:38am On Oct 10
Chai where are those idiots that said endsars is fronted by yahoo Boys?
See your fathers fighting police brutality
Brainless youths

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Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by ThatFairGuy1: 11:40am On Oct 10
#ReformSARS.
#DoNotEndSARS.


Modified
With mere redeployment! We've been played.

I hope the impossible happens where Changing book cover affects book content.

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Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by Rugaria: 11:45am On Oct 10
AdolfHitlerxXx:
This is what I like about the South West folks.

They always stand up to oppression without fear.

Our brothers in South South too provided some support for the #EndSARS.

While some chestbeating cowards hid under their beds wearing their wives' dresses.

Anyways with leaders like Zik, Ojukwu and Kanu who ALL fled at the first sign of trouble... one can't expect too much
Who installed the government that has radicalized the SARS operatives while recruiting hersdmen and inept personnels into SARS?? Na una! Deal with your creations...

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Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by Calazoto: 2:43pm On Oct 11
MONEY CAN BE MAKE RIGHT ON YOUR PHONE....
Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by DrChukki: 2:43pm On Oct 11
History will always repeat itself
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Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by loadedvibes: 2:44pm On Oct 11
History always repeats
Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by Fredlongs(m): 2:44pm On Oct 11
No be today police brutality start... Thank God for this protest, police go de fear small now
Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by Jahwinaboy(m): 2:45pm On Oct 11
#Revolution now # EndNigerian politicians #

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Re: Throwback To 1986 'End Police Brutality' Protest In Lagos (Video) by SimplyFacts: 2:45pm On Oct 11
Now we move to,,,,

#END_MEN cool

Brutality is getting too much angry

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