The ongoing #EndSars protest has hit Jos, the Plateau State Capital.

The protest, Organized by Hwolshe youths, a community who lost one of its own, Late Rinji Peter Bala alias Bobo, a 20-year-old man who was shot by men of the Operation Safe Haven in the state, started from The Old Airport Junction, where the protesters matched to the Plateau State House Of Assembly, but not without making stops at NTA Jos to display their displeasure.

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The Youths can be seen carrying placards with End Sars written boldly on it, with some putting on T-Shirts in remembrance of Mr. Rinji who was killed on the 13th of May, 2020 for being outside his house 15 minutes before the Lockdown Curfew in the state began.

 

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Plateau State is the first state in the North to join the protest which has been ongoing for the last 3 days and has attracted foreign media attention as it was reported by CNN this morning.

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