The ongoing EndSars protest has continued in Plateau State with major streets in Jos and Bukuru been taken over by youthful protesters.
The protest which is a nationwide call from youths is now running for over a week with more youth joining the cause to support an end to police brutality.
The Traffic flow and commercial activities were disrupted in Jos capital of Plateau State on saturday as youths in their hundreds stormed the city centre demanding for a scrap of the newly created Special Weapons and Tactics by the Inspector General of Police.
The youths under various aggies stormed the major roundabout in the state capital Old Airport Junction also called NASCO junction and also in Jos South Bukuru around Grand Cereals Junction with various forms to placards denouncing the federal government and Nigerian Police over the spate of extra judiciary killings of innocent Nigerians by the operatives of the Nigerian Police.
The youths have so far been conducting themselves peacefully even without an outright leader for the protest with food supply, water and even maintaining the sanitary nature of the road. Men of Nigerian Police were seen watching afar off from the scene of the protest while others were directing vehicles to follow alternative routes.
PHOTO CRDT: NAVAJO