- A man donned in a native doctor attire has employed the name of Jesus to call for an end to police brutality in Nigeria
- In a viral clip online, the man screamed, "End SWAT in Jesus name, we move!"
- Many protesters could also be seen around him as they held different placards
The call for the end to police brutality has been getting renewed daily energy since it started. The strength of protesters is not waning as they pushed for a state devoid of fear.
Despite the scrapping of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad by the Inspector General of Police Mohammed Adamu and creating a Special Weapons and Tactics Team (SWAT), the protests have not eased.
A video recently surfaced online as a man dressed as a native doctor chanted "End SWAT in Jesus name."
The protesters that were with him also chanted along with him as they said, "we move". The man had a red wrapper around his waist with two palms painted on both sides of his chest.
As men of his profession are often portrayed in movies, a circle was drawn around one of his eyes. He raised both his hands up feverishly as he protested.
Watch the video below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian pastor of This Green Church, Tolulope Ayeni, joined the nationwide protest against police brutality.
He said he had to join the call for an end to the maltreatment of Nigerians in the hands of the SARS officers because his members were also being harassed.
Pastor Tolulope said to speak out is a just thing to do and there is nothing ungodly about it, adding that he is not going to keep watching.
It was not all gloom since the protest started as a young man, Demola, proposed to his lover at one of the venues of the protest.
After the lady said yes to his proposal, she flaunted her ring as she wore a big smile in one of the pictures shared on Twitter.