Nigerians protesting against police violence with the #EndSARS movement are finding allies across the world.
#LekkiMassacre: nigerians'>International Community Betrayed Nigerians – Imam Of Peace via @naijanews
Last week, #Nigeria announced that #SARS would be replaced with a reformed police unit, #SWAT . Yet, Nigerians remain skeptical, & for good reason. In the 21st century, @CatoInstitute data shows that Nigeria has never scored above a 3.33 out of 10 in "Police Reliability". #EndSARS
Young Nigerians Came to Protest Police Brutality. Then the Shooting Started.
Nigerian protesters have hit the streets for eight consecutive days to call for police reform and an end to police brutality. Since COVID-19 lockdowns began in the country in April, more Nigerians have died from security forces than by the virus.
“Nigerians, like everyone else, have a fundamental right to peaceful assembly and protest,” says UN #HumanRights Chief@mbachelet , while strongly condemning the use of excessive and disproportionate force by Nigerian armed forces in #Lagos , #Nigeria . #nigeriaprotests
#EndSARS trends as Nigerians protest against police brutality for a second day after a video of a man allegedly being killed by police went viral