The Inspector General of the Nigerian police force, Mohammed Adamu has insisted that his men acted very professionally during the End SARS protest that rocked the nation for three weeks despite the public outcry against how the police treated protesters.
The police chief, in his assessment tour of some of the States to inspect the extent of damage caused to police stations by angry protesters, the IGP paid a courtesy call on the Imo State governor, Hope Uzodinma in Owerri.
During his conversation with the governor, he noted that, the police acted very professional in cordinating the protest.
He added that his men were attacked and killed but they put humanity first by not attacking back even though they had guns on them.
“I can tell you that our men acted professionally during the protest, they had their guns, they were being killed, yet they respected human dignity. I came specifically to visit the vandalized property and to see the level of damage done to police facilities in Imo.’’ Adamu said.