On Wednesday, Senate President Ahmad Lawan kicked off the scrapping of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (FSARS).
During a session in the Senate Chamber, he made this known as lawmakers deliberated a motion on the recent extrajudicial killings carried out by some FSARS officers.
Lawan said; “ I think that this is the situation that should be thoroughly investigated. Those involved in recent incident should be arrested and charged.
“The law is supposed to take its due course. It is not permissible here. There is a need for Nigerians to know what happened to those who killed Nigerians.
“Good people and bad people are part of SARS. The best place can not be to scrap agencies when you have errors. It is necessary to bring in place the rule of law.
“When you scrap SARS, you risk the possibility that those who are doing well will continue to do well,” added Lawan.