The on-going EndSars across the Nigerian states today entered the second day with the protesters not showing any sign of backing down at any moment.
Interestingly, some women in Agege in the hundreds trooped out en-masse today to signal their support for the protesters as they took to the streets of Lagos, singing and flying their #EndSars in-scripted banners.
This further adds to the pressure on the Leaders of the Nigeria Police Force, who are bent on simply reforming their Tactical Units, to scrap the FSARS unit of their Special Tactical Squads.
In a related development, protesters laying siege at the Lagos State House of Assembly today reinvigorated when a popular Nigerian Singer, known as Small Doctor, led hundreds of youths from his community in Agege area of Lagos State to the State House to further boost the add to the massive crowd already agitating there.
The ENDSARS campaign is gradually gaining more recognition across the globe as it now trends world-wide on twitter.
Police Public Relations Officer, Frank Mba, reacting to the situation across the states, reiterated the stand of the Nigeria Police Force of the importance of maintaining the FSARS unit of the Force rather than completely eradicating it. He insists the Squad is still very much crucial in the fight and crime and other vices in the society.
Mba stated that the Federal Government of Nigeria had invested heavily on the FSARS personnel across the country and it would be illogical for any recommendation aimed at shutting down their activities completely to be absorbed.