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Nigeria End Sars protest: Eyewitnesses say ‘the soldiers opened fire’

A number of people have reportedly been shot dead or wounded at a protest against police brutality in Lagos.

Eye-witnesses told the BBC that it 'feels like a war' and say they were peaceful and that the army shot with the intent to kill.

The Nigerian army has denied any involvement.

The eye-witnesses spoke to Newsday, and are anonymous for their own safety.

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