Nigerian youth in Plateau State, active in protests against ending SARS, gave the state government 90 days to respond to the governor’s demands at discretion or deal with other protests.
Teenagers demand justice for all victims of police and military atrocities in the country, especially Henry Anthony Dokotry, Joshua Malan, Rinji Peter Bal and Shedrah Coombs Fenan.
At the end of SARS, protesters demanded the appointment of representatives of civil society groups and young members of the investigation team.
Young people, who claim to have no leaders, spoke through their spokesman, Comrade Plangkat Milaham, in an interactive session with Governor Simon Lalong at the government office in the capital, José. Milaham said: “We want justice for all victims of police and military atrocities (Henry Anthony Dokotry, Joshua Malan, Rinji Peter Bala, Shedrakh Qoms Fenan, etc.) Through an independent court.