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A Growing List of #EndSARS Protests across the World You Can Join

Adesola Ade-Unuigbe

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As the protests against the brutality of the SARS officials continue to grow, we will be updating this list with dates and venues for easy access to young Nigerians across the world who may wish to join.

Remember, if you cannot physically be at a protest there is still so much you can do to lend your voice to the movement. Click here to find out how else you can be an ally and an advocate.

Also, here are a few tips for all protesters:

  • Wear a mask (We are very much still in a pandemic)
  • Do not wear your protest shirts until you get to the venue
  • Do not leave the pack as there is strength in numbers
  • Ensure your phones/devices are charged
  • Always let someone you trust know your physical location as the protest moves
  • Have water and snacks ready
  • Wear comfortable shoes
  • Do not wear contact lenses
  • Wear comfortable clothes that are neutral and not identifiable
  • Have a handkerchief or scarf to cover your face if necessary
  • Carry a small umbrella in case of rain
  • Go with a positive and peaceful attitude
  • Do your due diligence before going to the venue of a protest
  • Be attentive to the people around you and how you can offer help
  • You can write phone numbers of important contacts like your mum or lawyer on your arm, leg, or belly in permanent marker in case you lose your phone or it dies and you need to call someone to get you.

We’ve got this!

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Monday 19 October

South Africa (Pretoria or Johannesburg)


Abeokuta


Port-Harcourt


Abuja


Benin


Ogbomoso


Uyo


Minna


Alausa


Badagry


Nyanya


Akure


Warri


Gbagada


Kano


Munich, Germany

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Sunday, 18 October

Los Angeles

Saturday, 17 October

Berlin 

Atlanta 

Ajegunle

Manchester

Surulere

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Friday, 16 October

Abuja

Enugu

Sapele

Abeokuta

Uyo

Gbagada

Ibadan

Oyigbo

Apapa


Benin City


Lekki/Victoria Island Toll Gate

Abuja, Calabar, Lagos Mainland and Lagos Island 

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Thursday, 15 October

Jos


Ibadan


Minna


Surulere


Akure


Egbeda


Orile/Ijora


Ilorin


Ogudu


Airport Road, Lagos


Downing Street, London


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Wednesday, 14 October

Lagos (Berger/Lekki Toll)

Abuja


Warri

 

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New York


Chicago

Anambra

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Tuesday, 13 October

Port-Harcourt

Geneva

Badagry

Enugu

Kenya

Epe


Asaba


Chevron


Ibadan


Enugu

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Monday, 12 October

Surulere


Owerri


Lokoja


Ijebu Ode


Oshodi


Warri


Abakaliki


Minnesota


Toronto


Onitsha


Cross River


Minna

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Sunday, 11 October

London


Ajah


Dublin

Berlin

New York

Texas

Washington D.C


Houston

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Saturday, 10 October

Festac

Gbagada

Alausa


Lekki-Ikoyi Link Bridge

Egbeda


Awka


Surulere

Ogbomoso


Bayelsa


Asaba


Toronto


Abuja


Ikorodu


Ajegunle


Oakland


Yaba


Kaduna

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This is a growing list of #EndSARS protests across the world.

Adesola is the BellaNaija Head of Content and Digital Ventures. She is a BN stan.. Yes, things are that serious for her when it comes to BellaNaija.com. She's a lover of gist, novels, music, and food. She's constantly trying not to take life for granted. She spends most of her time either keeping up with the world on the Internet or sharing some acquired knowledge about digital media. She is passionate about using her voice to speak against injustice, especially towards women. To communicate with her directly, you can hit her up on: Instagram - @adesola.au Twitter - @Adesola_AU

3 Comments

  1. Citizen x

    October 12, 2020 at 12:54 pm

    This is amazing. Welldone Nigerians!
    The days of bullying and injustice are over. Amen.

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  2. Protester in Paris

    October 16, 2020 at 2:28 pm

    We also held protests in Paris today 16th October by the Nigerian Embassy.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m707LP1Xwzs

    Two more to go – 17th Saturday at Trocadero and Monday 19th at the Nigerian Embassy again.

    Nigerians world over are demanding good leadership, good governance, an end to police bruality, an end to corruption, barely there publuc services/infirastructures, and embezzlement of state funds.

    We will no longer turn a blind eye to abuse of power in the country. #EndSARS, #EndSWAT #EndBadGovernanceInNigeria

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  3. poiunt

    October 16, 2020 at 7:35 pm

    What is the aim of the protest now?

    What is the goal?

    1

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