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"For me, death is when you are afraid to speak the truth." Renowned Nigerian activist @AishaYesufu on why she felt compelled to join the #EndSARS protests and make a difference for the country's youth.
Shot multiple times and recently returned from medical treatment in exile, Tundu Lissu now hopes to take Tanzania’s top job. If elected next week, he pledges to free political prisoners and raise public sector pay
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THREAD In July 2018, a horrifying video began to circulate on social media. 2 women & 2 young children are led away by a group of soldiers. They are blindfolded, forced to the ground, and shot 22 times. #BBCAfricaEye investigated this atrocity. This is what we found...
How Nigerian activists and influencers managed to get the world to pay attention to the #EndSars campaign