Amnesty International has released data of the number of deaths recorded since the onset of the #EndSARS protests currently rocking the Nigeria and some parts of the world.
Nigerians are fighting against decades of police brutality amongst other things like bad governance and insurgency.
Amnesty International’s data reveals that so far, 15 people have been killed, two of which are policemen.
Four persons died in Abuja, Oshogbo and Benin City over the weekend, while one person died in Kano today.
On Monday morning, it was gathered that some #EndSARS protesters laid siege to a prison in Edo and carted away with some arms and amunitions, while setting the prisoners free.
Consequently, the Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, has declared a curfew in the State.