Nigerians petition to block issuance of visas for its government and police officials

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, Continue reading

Remember their names: The Nigerian citizens killed by SARS

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 Special Anti-Robbery squad set up to fight violent crimes have targeted individuals predominantly men between Continue reading

Nigeria’s Statue of #EndSARS Aisha Yesufu: 5 facts we never knew

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.

Aisha Yesufu, Nigerian Human Right campaigner

Dressed in a dark blue Muslim attire with legs spread in stance of protest, a bag hung across her chest and left arm raised as if punching the air – signifying empowerment to the people. The the image is set to go down in history as one of the most iconic moment in the #EndSARS campaign.

Who is Aisha Yesufu and how did her campaigning jump into the limelight?

Find out in the five facts below. Continue reading

Nigerians respond with their own #5for5 demands to the police force and number four is a great request

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.

Nigerians begin their negotiations with the government with five requests in response to the police’s force five post-SARS tasks

In return, citizens have laid down their own demand that should be adhere including retraining of the SARS officers to be redeployed.

See the five demand below. Continue reading

5 things you need to know about the end of SARS: Number two will leave you wondering if its really the end

The Nigerian government finally listened to its citizens cry to #EndSARS., an on 11th Oct, the end of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) was officially announced.

In doing so, the Nigerian Police released its five tasks that will proceed post the dissolution, and number two may leave you unsettled. Continue reading

The no-nonsense generation has won: SARS is officially DISSOLVED

Celebrities and the no-nonsense citizens of Nigeria took a stand worldwide as they went to the street to peacefully voice their anger on SARS.

#EndSARS protest take place in Nigeria’s High Commission London. photo courtesy: OyinboPrincess/Instagram

Their voices were finally heard as the government officially announced the end of SARS.

In official uniformed tweets released by the presidency’s handle, the government wrote, Continue reading

“I dey vex abeg”: Mike Edwards, John Boyega, Patricia Bright and other stars lead Nigerians in diaspora’s cry to #EndSARS

Nigeria British stars are lending their voices to the #EndSARS movement.

John Boyega, Patricia Bright, Mike Edwards and Nabil Abdulrashid shared their views on twitter and Instagram while Khafi Kareem joined the campaign in Lagos Nigeria, offering the Nigerian President Muhammad Buhari, her expertise gained from previous as an ex-police officer in the UK

In a twitter post, Star Wars actor, John Boyega, 28, wrote, Continue reading