The #EndSARS protest in some states in Nigeria has finally cooled down due to the curfew placed on various states, and the hijack of the peaceful protest by thugs who went about destroying public and government properties in various locations.
In Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory, the #EndSARS protest seems to be back on track as protesters on Sunday, stormed the Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Abuja, to paint #ENDSARS on the floor of the facility entrance.
According to reports, the Nigerian Air Force attached to the airport made several peaceful attempt to stop protesters from carrying out their painting plans, but were vehemently resisted, as the painting continued. The protesters moved their painting protest exercise from the airport to the Nigeria Police Force headquarters where they also painted the entrance of the facility, same as they did at the airport.
One notable figure who was seen at the protest ground, was Nigerian activist, Omoyele Sowore, as he took part to ensure that the protest was not in any form violent. The #EndSARS protest is a movement to stop police brutality, killing, unlawful arrest, total reform of the Nigerian police and an end to bad governance in the country.