Soldiers fired ‘live bullets’ at End SARS protesters, Nigerian army admits

Soldiers sent to break up a protest against Nigeria’s special anti-robbery squad police unit, known as SARS, last month where at least 10 people were killed were given live bullets, the army has admitted. 

Troops opened fire on protestors without provocation, killing at least 10, according to Amnesty International.  The government disputed those figures, saying two people were killed and 20 were treated in hospital. 

Ahmed Taiwo, commander of the 81 Military Intelligence Brigade, told a…

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