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Nigeria’s anti-police brutality protests bring Lagos to standstill

Anger continues to grow despite notorious Special Anti-Robbery Squad being dispanded

More than 10,000 demonstrators flocked on to the streets of Nigeria’s capital city to join mounting protests against police brutality. Protesters clogged roads, bringing the centre of Lagos, the usually traffic-filled economic hub, to a standstill.

Many brandished the green-and-white Nigerian flag as they filled a major stretch of highway in the city of 20 million people.

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