#EndSARS: Victims recount losses, await compensation

The #EndSARS protest in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) may have ended, but the destruction and loss of lives it left behind are still fresh in the minds of victims. Three months after the crisis, the government is yet to fulfill its promise, Daily Trust learned.

The #EndSARS protest which started as a peaceful procession was later hijacked by hoodlums and hired thugs who started attacking citizens with dangerous weapons and destroying government-owned and private properties.

Anthony Onome was one of the people who died as a result of the wounds he sustained during the attacks.

The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, had announced that 73 persons were killed in 16 days, out of which 22 were policemen.

When Ijeoma Dike, 52, sent her 17-year-old son, Emmanuel Uchechukwu on an errand on October 20, 2020, she never knew it would be his last day on earth.

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