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24 Oct
In October 2020, the eyes of the World were on Nigeria as the #EndSARS protests – the largest anti-government protests in a generation – took on corrupt elites. The demonstrations began as a movement against police brutality but rapidly snowballed into wider calls for government reforms – in particular, greater accountability. If nothing else, the…
20 Oct
Expectations are heightened today, October 20, for the memorial of #EndSARS, the one single event that reverberated across the world last year, besides COVID-19 and #BlackLivesMatter in protest of George Floyd’s police killing ...
19 Oct
The Lagos State Police Command on Tuesday warned against any form of street protest in commemoration of the #EndSARS anniversary in the state.
17 Oct
A coalition of concerned Civil Society Organisations, Defend Lagos, has cautioned youths, individuals and groups warming up to mark the first year anniversary of #EndSARs protests..

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