ENDSARS PROTEST Gov. Willie Obiano sacks alleged brutal Ex – SARS Boss and his security aide, James Nwafor !

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Mr James Nwafor, Senior Special Adviser on Security to Anambra State Governor, Chief Willie Obiano, has been sacked. His sack came on the heels of the demands made by #EndSARS protesters in Awka, the state capital, on Wednesday, October 14, 2020.

Nwafor was formerly the Commander of SARS in Anambra and had severally been accused of killing and maiming many youths in the state.

Addressing the protesters on Thursday at the Government House, the Governor said he would take their demands to President Muhammadu Buhari, while also fulfilling the ones within his power.

He said: “I am very happy with the way you have conducted yourselves. You have conducted yourself creditably.

“I have a list of all your demands. Some of them have already been met, like the SARS being disbanded. That has already been met, and some are still in the pipeline which I am going to present to the President. The other ones are the ones I can handle myself.

“Your first request is immediate prosecution and removal of James Nwafor, the immediate release of all protesters in police custody; that will be done.

“As for compensation of the family of SARS victims, the Attorney General and the leadership of police will look into this and make recommendations to me. I support your protest; police brutality and extortion is not allowed anywhere. Any Police that does that, quietly copy his name and let us know.”

The protesters afterwards marched to the popular Aroma Junction where they blocked the expressway, denying motorists access to the road.

The protesters had on Wednesday blocked the Anambra State Government House and the Enugu-Onitsha Expressway, insisting that Obiano must address them, but they were not addressed, leading the protesters to stay at the venue late into the night.

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