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10 Years After, 5 Pressing Issues

Witten by: Bukky Shonibare     It remains a national dent that 10 years ago – on April 14, 2014, over 200 schoolgirls were abducted from Government Girls’ Secondary School, Chibok. In the aftermath of this devastating event, several concerning issues have emerged, signaling a troubling descent into a crisis that demands urgent attention.    […]

#EndSARS 3 Years Memorial: A Personal Odyssey

A Personal Odyssey Through Nigeria’s #EndSARS Movement By: Sefa Mamu       In October 2020, Nigeria witnessed a historic movement known as #EndSARS, a peaceful protest against police brutality. The journey of one individual, me, in the midst of this awakening, tells a story of hope, unity, and the sobering reality that followed.   […]

#EndSARS 3 Years Memorial: A Personal Reflection

Remembering the #EndSARS Movement: A Personal Reflection By: Naomi Ighodalo Amenawon       Three years have passed since the historic #EndSARS movement swept across Nigeria. It was a time when young Nigerians like myself took to the streets to demand an end to police brutality, harassment, and abuse of power.  I vividly remember my […]

#EndSARS 3 Years Memorial: A Journey for Justice and Accountability

From #EndSARS to Now: A Journey for Justice and Accountability By: Obianuju Iloanya       When I first tweeted about my brother’s situation in 2019, it was out of hopelessness; I was sad and hurting and needed an outlet. When I called James Nwafor out in 2020 on X (formally known as Twitter), it […]

#EndSARS 3 Years Memorial: SARS is Alive, They Never Left

#EndSARS 3rd Years Memorial: SARS is Alive, They Never Left By: Rinu Oduala       The air in Lagos is burdened with the weight of a history of injustice and tragedy of unhealed wounds.  There are places in the city where this weight is particularly potent. In Ijesha, where a familiar emptiness taints the […]