Hundreds of young Nigerians in Kano on Monday joined the nationwide protests led by Nigerian youths against police brutality.
The protesters staged a peaceful march along major streets in the Sabon Gari area of the metropolis, storming France, Burma, Sarkin Yaki and Airport roads.
Although the protests have been ongoing across the country for last 11 days, this is the first time that young persons in Kano will be part of it.
The protesters, some of whom were on tricycles and vehicles, displayed placards, with inscriptions: “End SARS, SWAT!” “EndKAROTA!” “End Police brutality!” “EndKano corruption”, among others.
The protesters have refused to leave the streets across the country despite assurances from government that their demands will be implemented.