PodcastVestiges Of Violence

#ENDSARS: Families Of Deceased Cope With Pain Of Delayed Justice

Vestiges Of Violence: Episode 31

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The #EndSARS protests were triggered by grievances arising from years of harassment and rights violations by operatives of the police’s Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).

For weeks in October 2020, many Nigerian youths took to the streets to protest extra-judicial killings and other irregularities by the police unit. Many lost their lives and have still not gotten the justice needed for closure.

Hosted by: Hameeda Buhari

Scripted by: Adejumo Kabir and Edited by Anita Eboigbe

Produced by: Abba Toko

Voice acting by: Chigozie Victor, Hauwa Shafii and Abba Toko

Multimedia Editor: Anthony Asemota

Executive producer: Ahmad Salkida

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