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The allegations against the Special Anti-Robbery Squad seems to be on the rise as yet another person has come out to narrate his ordeal in their hands.
The Commander of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad ( SARS ) in Rivers, says crime rate has dropped to the barest minimum in the upland region of the state.
A Lagos trader, Eche Israel, who deals in electronics, has been allegedly shot and whisked away by some operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).
Dele Agekameh in this piece talks about the issues SARS has created following the controversy being generated by the implications from alleged reports.
A man, while joining his voice to the protest to scrap SARS, alleged that officials of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad extorted the sum of N800K from his friend.
Popular Nigerian Music Producer Sarz took to his Twitter page to narrate his ordeal of how he was stopped and interrogated by SARS of the Nigeria Police.
Port Harcourt, capital city of oil-rich Rivers state was engulfed, on Monday morning, with protests from people sympathetic to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad.
Nigerian youths in Ibadan have contributed to the ongoing campaign against SARS that is ongoing on social media, but their campaign is for SARS to be reformed.
The #SupportSARS campaign group said they were at the Eagle Square to root support for the Special Anti-Robbery Squad unit of the Nigeria Police Force.
The OurMumuDonDo group on Monday, December 11, took to the streets of Abuja to protest the activities of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad unit of the police.
The commissioner for youths, sports and public safety in Imo state, Rodney Tony Ajaelu, has narrated his recent experience with operatives of the SARS.
An Abuja-based journalist, Kenny Adewole, writes on the controversial #EndSARS campaign by Nigerian youths which dominated discourse in Nigeria last week.
The artiste narrates how his car was double-crossed and his manager slapped for trying to have a decent conversation with the SARS officers. Read more on NAIJ
The cry for the federal government to scrap the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) is taking a new momentum with a planned protest by Nigerians in nine states.
Star Alexzy Markson, a Facebook user has gone viral after he posted a video of himself speaking in favour of cyber crime while lambasting SARS on the internet.
A police officer has reportedly confessed that they pay senior officers in order to be posted into the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) to Amnesty Internationa
Moses Motoni, a staff at BudgIT who was arrested by policemen suspected to be Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) operatives, has recounted his horrific ordeal.
A young Nigerian man argued that the SARS operatives should focus on fighting corrupt politicians first before attempting to put an end to cyber crime.
Two men allegedly claiming to be operatives of the Federal Special Anti-robbery Squad (F-SARS) have been arrested by the Rivers state police command.
In a reaction to the incident, the Lagos state police command spokesperson, Chike Oti said the allegation against the security operatives is "a ruse".
All Progressives Congress senator, Danjuma Goje and human rights lawyer, Festus Keyamo have added their voices to the #EndSARS campaign on Nigerian Twitter.
The police announced that it has started an investigation on Segun Awosanya, one of the leaders of the campaign for the anti-robbery squad, SARS to be scrapped.