Nigerian footballer, Tony Edjomariegwe, who currently plies his trade in Moroccan league has taken to his social media page to recount how SARS operatives extorted $1000 from him.
The former Shooting Stars and Kano Pillars’ midfielder echoed this as he joined other Nigerians in the #EndSARS protest.
Edjomariegwe who currently plays in Morocco with Moghreb Tétouan, in a post via his Facebook account said SARS officials demanded for $1,000 from him when he was in the country last year for holidays.
He said: “I remembered last year I came back and was stopped by SARS, and they told me I was a suspect asking me to call my coach, captain and president of my team.
“They even asked me which police station I reported to when I came into the country.
“Even after seeing all evidence of me and my job on youtube and google, they still took me to a police station and asked me to come behind the station while smoking all sorts of stuffs weeds.
“They also asked me to pay $1000. It’s so pathetic and annoying seeing the harassment, extortion and killings.
“We nor do again oga president. End SARS Now.”