Music producer SARZ has narrated his funny experience with SARS officers on Tuesday, December 12, 2017.
In one of his tweets, he said because he forgot his driver’s license and didn’t have an ID card, the officers threatened to mess him up.
“They asked for my ID card and I told them I don’t have an ID one of them said we go show you something,” he tweeted.
This is just one of the numerous cases of harassment experienced by both celebrities and ordinary Nigerians in the hand of men of Special Anti-Robbery Squad popularly known as SARS.
Celebrities like former Big Brother Naija fake housemate and singer, Jon Ogah has also revealed how he and his friend were once harassed by men of SARS.
Ever since the #EndSARS campaign was launched to talk about the sufferings and harassment experienced by Nigerians in the hands of SARS officers, a lot of celebrities have come out to speak against the way and manner these guys have been treating the populace.
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