The #EndSARs debate secured discussion in UK parliamentary house on 23rd November 2020. Silas Ojo, a British Nigerian, had created the petition on 12 October 2020 in response to protests by Nigerians worldwide to end the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). It was not until the date, 20th October 2020, the day of the #LekkiMassacre did […]
A group of MPs gathered in parliament on 23 November 2020 to address Diaspora Nigerians’ request to sanction certain known individuals within the Nigerian Government and security forces, following the #LekkiMassacre – that left an uncertified number of people dead. Majority of the group, led by Rt Hon Theresa Villiers, the Conservative MP for Chipping […]
20.10.20 is a day that many Nigerians will never forgot. People worldwide, at least 150k of them, tuned in to DJ Switch’s Instagram live on this day to witness the sound of gunshots, while the DJ herself battled with others to save a man life who laid unconscious following a gunshot wound. By the end […]
Following yesterday’s massacre of unarmed protesters at Lekki’s toll gate, Nigerians are calling for criminal charges to be brought against its President. More than seven are said to have died so far with hundreds injured and in hospitals around Lagos.
In light of the uprising currently happening in Nigeria, pro-EndSARS demonstrators plan to hold a protest today 21st October from 12pm at the Nigerian Embassy in Dublin.
In light of the uprising currently happening in Nigeria, another #EndSARS protest is scheduled to commence today 21st October from 3pm at the Nigeria High Commission.
Nigerians worldwide stood still in shock horror today, watching live as gunshots were sprayed at unarmed protesters in Lekki toll gate in Lagos, Nigeria.
In light of the #EndSARS protest where little has so far been done by the government to quench the anger of protesters, Nigerians are powering the petition to ban Nigerian government and police official until the matter in Nigeria is resolved. Created and led by popular UK based social media doctor,
In the on-going #EndSARS protests, the term soro soke is become a permanent-stay slogan for the movement. Its being used either as “sore soke” or “sore soke werey”, so what does it mean?
Nigerians citizens worldwide are calling for the end of SARS and SWAT, the new unit that replaced the former. As well as the ongoing protests, an online petition has been made
A swatch of Nigerian citizens have been victims of SARS have been named, and Nigerians on 16th October 2020 took to the streets to remember them. These people are thought to be only a handful of individuals that have been identified. There are many that may never be identified. According to a Amnesty report, the […]
Most people would recognise her from Chibok campaign of #Bringbackourgirls from 2014 But Aisha Yesufu has officially written her name with permanent pen in the book of history as an outright Nigerian campaigner following her Statue of Liberty-like pose that has earned her the Statue of #EndSARS name. Dressed in a dark blue Muslim attire […]
The Special Anti-Robbery Squad was officially dissolved on 10th of October in an announcement by the Nigerian Police Force. In doing so, the force revealed five actions that they will be taking post-#EndSARS, one of which was to redeploy SARS officer across other arms of the police force. In return, citizens have laid down their […]
Nigerian celebrities gathered on October 8th with protesters calling for the End of SARS for the first round of protests calling for the end of SARS following a series of online protests. Furious at the ongoing brutality and extortion of citizens, stars including actress, Toke Makinwa and artists, Falz the Bad Guy, Tiwa Savage and […]