Despite various warning from the government, the second wave of #EndSARS protest has commenced in Lagos and Ibadan.
This new protest is against Nigeria government, and demonstrators have hereby returned to Lekki toll plaza, where the scene of the military shooting currently under probe.
Presently, teams of policemen and soldiers are around to forestall a breakdown of law and order, and security has been heightened at other flash points in Lagos.
The police reiterated its ban on gatherings on Sunday, warning that such might be hijacked later by hoodlums.
Now, the #EndSARS protest commenced on October 8 in Lagos. All this issued of #EndSARS is the end of police brutality in the country.
The first protest went awry from October 21, one day after the Lekki shooting. Hoodlums, in many states, targeted attack on residences and businesses.
The Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) protest caused a lot of damages as hoodlums looted and set fire on public and private property.
The civil disorder, which lasted about a week caused the death of 100 civilians and security operatives, federal government says.