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Protests have broken out in Nigeria against reforms to the police law enforcement system


#EndSARS protests have broken out in Nigeria against reforms to the police law enforcement system.Many people are reported to have been shot dead or injured during protests against police brutality in Nigeria’s largest city Lagos.An indefinite 24-hour curfew has been imposed in Lagos and other areas.The protests have been going on for two weeks, and the BBC reported that as tensions continued to rise on Wednesday, police in different parts of Lagos fired shots in the air to disperse people protesting the curfew.

Despite government measures, including the dismantling of SARS, the protests have intensified.At present, The Nepali military officially involved in clearing the site, the scene of casualties.The Lagos state government issued a notice on 20 October confirming that a 24-hour curfew would be in place from 16pm until Saturday and that no one would be allowed outside except to provide basic services and emergency workers.The recent riots, combined with ongoing road repair projects in the port area, have resulted in severe congestion at the Apapa pier and limited access to both Apapa and Tincan terminals, which will not be improved in the near future.

As a result, counter services at all Maersk’s offices in Nigeria have been closed and customers are advised to use self-service and online channels to trade.The demurrage fee waiver of Maersk Line shipping due to the curfew will be notified to customers uniformly after the situation stabilizes;The inland logistics business cannot be delivered at present.Customer service phone and email channels remain open.

Post time: Oct-23-2020