Nigerian youths protesting against police brutality, extortion and extrajudicial killings, on Monday hit the streets again in different states across the country.
The second wave of the End SARS protest commenced in Lagos, Oyo, Osun States and Abuja, the nation’s capital.
Demonstrators, early Monday morning, also returned to Lekki toll gate in Lagos, the scene of the deadly shooting of protesters on October 20, 2020.
Young men and women trooped out in Osogbo carrying different placards explaining the reasons for their actions.
The placards read; “We are not fighting for any political party”, “#End Bad Judiciary in Nigeria”, ” #End fake judicial panel of Inquiry in Osun”, “Unfreeze all the frozen account”, ” We are Nigerian youths”.
The youths converged at the Ogo-Oluwa area and marched to the Osun State House of Assembly.
Also, youths took to the streets of Ibadan, capital of Oyo state to demand and end to police brutality and bad governance.
In the Federal Capital Territory, massive turnout was recorded as young Nigerians joined their brothers and sisters in other states.