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#EndSARS: She Must Not Be Sacked, Demoted Or Punished - Omokri Warns Police For Allege Attempt To Sack Officer


In every aspect of life, there is always an outcast. An outcast is individual who thinks differently or who holds an unpopular opinion totally different from others. For some days now, most towns and cities in this country have been faced with proliferation of civil unrest. Nigerians are simply weary of police brutalities and killings, especially from a unit of police called Special Anti-Robbery Squads (SARS).

Though it was created with a sole intent of combating crimes from criminal elements amongst our midst, SARS have since gone off the hook. Their excesses can now be heard, read or seen in the full glare of the public. 

Here is the DPO Patricia Amadin with SARSMustEnd protesters:


Nigerian youths in their hundreds have taken into streets in recent week to condemn in strongest terms incessant molestations, harassments, killings or maimings by SARS men. This is necessitated by unprofessional conducts displayed by this arm of security, and extrajudicial killings of Nigerians. 

In some cases, our are youths are being harassed, defrauded and killed by men employed to protect the citizens. Wearing nice dress, using iPhones and laptops or driving exotic cars have now seemingly become offences, especially if you are a youth.

And just yesterday, Nigerians heaved a sigh of relief after Inspector General of Police, Adamu Muhammed made an official statement on disbandment of SARS across the country.

However, one of the police officers who lent support to the peaceful protest in Lagos is currently under threat. Her job is now online as she risks being sacked or demoted for joining the protest.

Speaking on potential threats she may face, a popular politician, Mr. Reno Omokri, has sounded a note of warning to those in authorities to desist from taking such decision to punish the officer.


Reno Omokri.

His statement read: "Patricia Amadin, DPO of Anthony Police station, Lagos, who gave support to #SARSMustEnd protesters must not be sacked, demoted or punished for her heroism. We are watching. No harm must befall her. Patricia is a heroine."

See Reno Omokri's statement, and reactions:



What do you think about this? Do you think it is appropriate or backed by our laws to punish this female officer for supporting the protests? Does she not have a right to peaceful protest as a Nigerian citizen?

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