Police trace more #EndSARS looters through video recordings, arrest 789 suspects in four days

Lagos police chief Hakeem Odumosu looks at protesters campaigning against abuses by the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) at the Lekki toll Plaza in Lagos, on October 12, 2020. – Nigerians protested to pressure the government to follow through on disbanding a feared police unit after authorities made the rare concession in the face of widespread anger over abuses.<br />Around 2,000 people blocked one of the main highways in the country’s biggest city Lagos, demanding officials make good on an announcement on October 11, 2020, that the federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) was being scrapped. (Photo by PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP)

He disclosed this yesterday, while parading 789 suspects arrested during raids of black spots and arrest of 357 vehicles and 480 motorcycles, alleged to have violated traffic laws in the state between November 12 and 16.