Youths took to the streets again in Nigeria’s largest cities on Monday as a movement against police brutality snowballed into calls for sweeping changes in the West African powerhouse. This, the AFP news agency reports, after anger over abuses by the police’s notorious Special Anti-Robbery Squad erupted earlier this month in Africa’s most populous nation and largest economy, forcing the government to scrap the unit. A new SWAT force to replace SARS was scheduled to start its training on Monday, with the police promising the unit “will operate within very high professional and ethical standards, rule of law and dictates of best international policing practices,” and that it would receive training from the International Committee of the Red Cross.