Chijioke Iloanya / Nigeria / Iloanya

Chijioke Iloanya was arrested in Nigeria in 2012 and his family never heard from him again. He was transferred to the former SARS police unit that was disbanded after mass #EndSARS  protests against police brutality in 2020. We meet with the Iloanya family to recount his story.

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