By Ismail Auwal
Hundreds of youths in Sabon Gari, Kano, have today (Monday) joined the protests against police brutality raging across the country.
The group, which protests under the umbrella of Sabon Gari Community development, also called for the resignation of President Muhammad Buhari.
The peaceful protest held along the Sarkin Yaki and other major roads in Sabon Gari area of Kano state.
The leader of the protesters, Mr. Emmanuel Biodun, told newsmen said they are on the street to protest the police brutality as well as calling for the President Buhari to resign. “We are tired, we are hungry, and we are jobless. We need somebody to end this. Many of us are victims of police brutality. We need to end all these,” Mr. Biodun narrated.
One of the protesters, Mr. John, told the Sahelian Times that, “ It will be a cowardice not for us to join our peers whom are agitating for reform in the police across the country”
Protests against police brutality have continued to garner support from Nigerians who felt aggrieved by what’s happening.