The Ondo State Police command has warned #EndSARS protesters against taking to the streets for a second round of protests.
Protesters had taken to the streets in October to demand an end of police brutality, though the movement would be hijacked by hoodlums.
The spokesperson for the command, Leo-Tee Ikoro stated that they are ready to ensure that what happened the last time does not repeat itself again, as the command warned against another round of protest.
“Why should there be another EndSARS protest? SARS has been disbanded and ended, there is no reason any more for anyone to be calling for an end to SARS.
“All the SARS officers have been transferred, some of them are still undergoing treatment, so what is the name they are going to give to this one? Except they are miscreants who want to use this period of the year to foment problems.
“People are free to protest, but they are required to write the police for cover, and we will not allow any kind of thing that will see the destruction of property.
“Anyone who tries it should be prepared to find himself in a detention camp, and may lose some parts of his body.
“Because the law says if you see somebody trying to destroy a property and you ask him to leave there and he refuses, then you will need to use force to get him out of there.”