Despite the disbandment of SARS on Sunday by the Inspector General of Police, #EndSARS protesters took to the streets in Lagos and Abuja on Monday to continue to protest The Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu announced the disbandment of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad on Sunday after four days of protest by Nigerian youths to end SARS as a solution to their brutality and other human rights abuse on citizens.
The disbandment was not enough to take Nigerian youths out of the street. The EndSARS groups have described the disbandment as “Audio Ban.” They are insisting that the policemen that shot the youths while protesting must be prosecuted.
Nigerians Youths called on the President to show more commitment. Hamzat Lawal, the CEO/Code Protester who spoke to the Channels Television said President Mohammed Buhari’s address to Nigerians lacks commitment and empathy. He noted there is no strong commitment, political will, and stressed there was no empathy, no emotional connection during his address. The youths want the Nigerian government to hold someone responsible for Nigerian Youths killed during the days of the protest.
Protesters on the nation’s capital commercial capital, Lagos blocked the Lekki toll gate, end of the Lekki Epe expressway forcing commuter on their way to work to a standstill on Monday.