The police high command has promised to investigate all complaints and allegations against the operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad.
The Force also said any officer indicted for human rights abuses and professional misconduct would be sanctioned and eased out of the Police Force.
The Deputy Inspector-General of Police (Operations) Joshak Habila explained that the complaints against SARS on the social media were being compiled by the Force Public Relations unit for further investigation and action.
He said this while addressing protesters led by Deputy National Chairman, Police Community Relations Committee, Sanusi Ajiya, who marched to the Force headquarters, Abuja, after a rally at the Eagle Square in support of the SARS on Monday. Read more