#EndSARS: PRO SARS Group Protests Against Dissolution Of SARS In Katsina
As many Nigerians have been rigorously campaigning for the dissolution of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad SARS in the country due to the unceasing violation of human rights in the country especially among the youth, a campaign which has been going on for almost four years now but received an unprecedented momentum of supports last week which now led to the dissolution of the squad yesterday by the Inspector General of Police.
However, some pro SARS groups in the Northern part of the country stage a counter protest for the ENDSARS campaign today in Katsina.
It will be noted that the Arewa Youth body has earlier yesterday thrown their supports behind the government and insist that the SARS should not be banned by the government.
The group that are not that much were seeing carrying placard displaying their supports for the notorious police unit.
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