#ENDSARS: Protests continue in Rivers, Gridlock in PH
#EndSARS protest is continuing to gain more youth following in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital on Saturday as youth call for an end to all forms of police brutality.
The youth are also demanding adequate compensation for those who have become victims of all the inhumane treatment that officers of the Nigerian Police under the now-disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).
This new wave is coming after the youths observed a candlelight procession on Friday night to pay tribute to several of those who have died through the operatives of the operatives of the SARS across the country.
Speaking to reporters, one of the Protesters simple as K.O. Baba, said he was in the procession to honour Chima Ikwunado, a mechanic who died due to injuries that he sustained from prolonged torture while in the detention of the Eagle Crack unit of the Rivers State Police Command.
Also, he said the procession was to pay tribute to one Daniel Ikeaguch, a musician who was killed by a policeman securing a supermarket in Port Harcourt, in addition to many other victims.
Numbering over a hundred, the youths gathered at Garrison at about 8am and marched on Aba Expressroad through UTC junction on Azikiwe Road.