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The representative of the House of Representatives,  Femi Gbajabiamila, has consulted President Muhammadu Buhari to listen to the decisions of some Nigerians to end the Special Anti-Stolen Squad (SARS).

He has additionally mentioned that the Home Police Improvement will proceed with the challan. Gbajabiamila, in a press release by his spokesman, Lanre Lasisi, noted that the dissolution of SARS was a necessary response to the outbreak arising from several documented excesses by the federal government.

He praised Nigerians, especially the young householders and foreigners, who saw a wrong and sought to make it justified, who saw the injustice and acted to eradicate it.
According to him, the disintegration of SARS and wider, ongoing reforms of the police that one can observe are witness to the enthusiasm and resilience of the technology of Nigerians.

He said that it was decided for the generation not to do any kind of injustice nor tolerate injustice.

The chairman is known as Inspector General of Police (IGP) Mohammed Adamu, who takes sensible steps to aid and implement coverage pronunciation.

‘These steps are necessary to guarantee Nigerians, who are sincere and well-intentioned to dissolve SARS, and were never meant to pacify the continuing protest throughout the nation.

‘The Nigeria Police Force (NPF) must act additionally to determine and punish these operatives of the concerned SARS under the most extreme circumstances of abuse of authority, cruelty, and murder.’

Angry at the protest by the police of some protesters, Gbajbiamila who arrived here in number to protest peacefully.

The Chairman assured Nigerians that the disintegration of SARS would not give up the ongoing efforts by the House to effect police reforms through legislation.

He mentioned that there should be a fair system for monitoring the functions of the police and for officers who follow the law to fail to follow the law and police code.

‘The house will further its work to legislate permanent options for policing issues in Nigeria.

Gbajabiamila mentioned that the House would meet with the management of the Bar Association of Nigeria (NBA), the Nigerian Human Rights Commission (NHRC), and select the Civil Society Organization (CSO) for joint efforts to make a legislative proposal.

He said in a statement, ‘No law is made with this cooperation, the Home can be introduced within a 30-day time frame in a special session of the House on Wednesday,’.

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