The Soro-Soke/ Park-Well project was borne out of the need to sustain the conversation to end police brutality in society and maintain peaceful co-existence between the police and young Nigerians. The project has been launched successfully with a two-day Bootcamp in three of the south-eastern region of Nigeria namely Abia, Imo, and recently, Anambra State.

Sorosoke Bootcamp in Anambra State -Nigeria had key stakeholders in attendance who actively engaged to provide a lasting solution to police brutality.

Present at the Bootcamp were 21 youths each representing a Local Government Area in the state, Dr. Dniel Ezeanwu, Ministry of Youth Development Anambra State; Honourable Patrick Anambra, Rep. Commissioner for Youth Development; The attorney General of the State/commissioner for justice, Professor Slyvia Ifemeje ably represented by The Solicitor General and Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Justice, Barr. Mrs. Ngozi Anuli Iwouno; Barr. Victor Onweremadu Vice Chairman, NBA Aba Branch, and Chairman Human Rights Committee, NBA, Aba Branch; and a host of other distinguished guest speakers.

Together, we can put a stop to police brutality in our nation.

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