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AU, Ecowas condemned for keeping mute on crisis in Nigeria

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The African Union and West African regional bloc Ecowas have been condemned widely by many Africans for keeping silent on ongoing violence in Nigeria.

Protesters in Nigeria have been demanding at end to police brutalities forcing the government to disband the notorious police unit called the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS).

The government then replaced the disbanded unit with a new one called the Special Weapons and Tactics (Swat) to carry out the duties handled by the Sars.

Protests have however continued for days with citizens not satisfied with the government’s response to reforming the police.

On Tuesday soldiers reportedly shot into unarmed protesters in Lagos state amid a curfew.

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Africans on social media have been unhappy with the silence of the African Union and the Ecowas on the current happenings in Nigeria.

[Video]: Nigerian soldiers shoot at unarmed #EndSARS protesters



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