Protesters Revive #EndSARS Protest, Inscribe Graffiti On Floor Of Abuja Airport

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Nigerian youth calling for an end to police brutality and extrajudicial killings in the country on Sunday stormed the Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Abuja, to paint #ENDSARS on the floor of the facility’s entrance.

This comeback came in shortly after days of violent clampdown on peaceful protesters by suspected pro-government assailant and has since been relaxed due to fear.

The protesters arrived at the international wing of the airport with paints and brushes to carry out the task.

The act was disrupted for few minutes when personnel of the Nigerian Air Force attached to the airport made attempts to stop the group but were vehemently resisted.

The situation led to a heated argument as the protesters stood their grounds, vowing not to be intimidated by the law enforcement agents.

The protesters later moved to the Nigeria Police Force headquarters where they also painted EndSARS on the floor of the entrance of the facility.

The youth vowed not to back down on their demand for justice for all victims of police brutality in the country including those that were killed at Lekki Toll Gate in Lagos.

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