Why Nigeria's #EndSARS movement is more than a call to end police brutality

A demonstrator paints End SARS on a Lagos street on 20 October, the day security forces reportedly shot 12 people. Image: Reuters/Seun Sanni

Jake Okechukwu

Global Shaper, Abuja Hub, Osgoode Hall Law School


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