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Policemen Allegedly Steal Phone From Protesters After Arresting Them

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Some police officers have allegedly stolen phones belonging to two protesters from the BuhariMustGo protest which occurred on October 1st.

Men of the Galadimawa Police Station in Abuja arrested the protesters during their protest and allegedly collected phones from them before they were transferred to the FCT CID Saharareporters gathers.

They forcefully collected the phones from them before transferring them to the FCID. Their only sin was for calling for the resignation of President Muhammadu Buhari.

“One of the lady protesters, Deborah Yusuf was also attacked by a police team led by DSP Altine Hyderia. The same police officer that shot human rights activist, Omoyele Sowore with a riot gun,” a source told the publication.

The protesters took to the street as early as 5am to demand good governance, transparency, and an end to insecurity.

They formed a blockade in the Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport road and held out Placards with Buhari must go written on them.

Armed anti-riot police officers led by ASP Altine Daniel apprehended the protesters, chased, dispersed, and took them into custody.