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Saturday, October 10, 2020

Nigeria #EndSARS protest goes to London, holds Sunday

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Following a call by a concerned Nigerians living in London, the city is expected to be agog with protest on Sunday at the nation’s high commission, over the incessant killings from the men of the Nigerian Police's Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), calling for end of SARS by the Federal Government, reports 
ITREALMS.

As at the time of filing this story, the call by a social activist, @TemiOtedola by 18pm on his Twitter handle has garnered some 23,000 retweets, 628 quote tweets and 56.8 likes.
ITREALMS gathered that the #EndSARS protest in London would take place at the Nigeria High Commission located at the 9 Northumberland avenue, London, WC2N 5BX, Closest Station in Charing Cross, on Sunday 11th October by 12:00pm. 


It was equally said that the likes of John Boyega, Wizkid, Ogbeni Dipo and others “will be at this protest tomorrow. Join them.”

This is coming as a some Nigeria are alleged that “SARS will plant weed into young peoples pocket right in front of them, some will put gun on your laps and snap you, some will put handcuffs on you and threaten to imprison you ...when they can't find anything, they will send incriminating tins into your phone...please #EndSARS” lamented @vovwero oyovwe. 

@riji_kela also appealed to popular tech brands like @Apple, alleging that “Dear @Apple, Nigerian policemen kill young people for owning an iPhone. Dear @MercedesBenz, Nigerian policemen kill young people for buying your cars. Dear @Nike @addidas Are you aware young people are killed for buying your trainers? Pls lend a voice. Help us. #EndSarsNow  

Yet another Nigerian Tweep, @Papichu07210265 alleged that “SARS if you refuse to pay them they will arrest you, take you to there station and write your statement themselves (I wanted to die when I saw what they wrote for me). I will never pray to experience that AGAIN #EndSarsNow ...”

@THE REAL OMO OODUA| Laycon STAN, he said, “For the countless and innocent lives that have been taking from these so calld The ones we should be safe with but then it's oDA way round For the families who lost their loved ones 2Ru these brutal LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS we calling NGR GOVT TO #EndSARS.”

Chuks Egbune/DoP

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