LIVE: After #EndSARS victory, Nigerians, friends move on to #SARSMUSTEND
Following the victory recorded with #EndSARS yesterday, Nigerians have moved on to the next stage of global campaign with #SARSMUSTEND.
It promises to be yet another long week as citizens demand justice for victims of decades of police brutality, amongst other critical issues bordering on policing.
Protests are building up in Abuja, Ilorin and Jos. More locations loading.
In Lagos, Victoria Island-Lekki-Epe Expressway has been blocked since 6:00 a.m.
Traffic between Island and Mainland further grounded after thousands streamed to the Lekki-Ikoyi Bridge.
Our reporters have taken their camera back to continue following the unfolding protests in Lagos, Jos and Abuja and Ilorin.
Open here for our live updates on the #EndSARS campaign that was concluded yesterday.
Stay on this page for our continuing coverage of #SARSMUSTEND.
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