Nigerians in the United Kingdom have held the #EndSARS protest in four cities across the country in solidarity with their counterparts in Nigeria.
The protests held on Sunday in London, the British capital; Coventry, Edinburgh, and Nottingham.
There have been protests for the past 12 days under the #EndSARS movement, with the protesters clamouring for the scrapping of the now-disbanded Federal Special Anti Robbery Squad (F-SARS) of the Nigeria Police Force, as well as an end to police brutality and extortion in the country.
Nigerians in the diaspora have also joined in the protests, reiterating the demands of their fellow countrymen.
In images shared by the organisers of the protests on social media, the #EndSARS peaceful protest held at Nigeria High Commission, Scotland Yard and Parliament Square, all in London.
It also held at Coventry Transport Museum CV11JD.
Similarly, an #EndSARS protest is organised at Scottish Parliament Building EH99 1SP in Edinburgh.
Protesters also converged on Old Market Square in Nottingham to protest against police brutality in Nigeria
A candlelight procession is scheduled for victims of SARS brutality at Trafalgar Square, Charing Cross in England by 7pm.
#EndSARS protest was reignited following the alleged shooting of a youth in front of a hotel in Ughelli, Delta State, in broad daylight by some FSARS operatives, who then drove away his Lexus Jeep.
Following the demand of the youths, Mohammed Alausa, the Inspector-General of Police, announced the scrapping of FSARS.
However, the protesters claimed that the police authorities had not shown enough commitment to reform the police force.