#EndSARS, the hashtag created amplify conversations around police brutality and bad governance as returned to the trends table of twitter. The hashtag, which first went viral in 2017, was used to organise online and physical protests across the country. The hashtag is currently making the rounds on social media with Nigerians refusing to back down on their demands despite the events that followed the nationwide protests in Nigeria.
See what they are saying;
WE ARE BACK AND ALL WE WANT IS #EndSARS AND END IT NOW !!!!
— TAMANI 🇹🇬🇳🇬 (@therealtamanii) December 3, 2020
— Adexmuhyi (@MuhideenAdebis1) December 3, 2020
Never forget our brother & sister who pass away in a process of making our country better 🇳🇬😢 20/10/2020 unforgettable, Pls retweet we are tired of this fake government 🙏 #EndSARS #EndSARS pic.twitter.com/h9GwjE4WWZ
— Maliya👸♥️ (@AnacletMliya) December 3, 2020
The worst people are the people that thought the #EndSARS movement was all about food, fun and games.
I don't know how to describe people that STILL think it's a festival.
— Marvin the Paranoid Android (@Boboye_Ak) December 3, 2020
— Lagos (@MusicalCritic) December 3, 2020
Don't get fooled. Government don't give a fuck about you… They set up a panel to deceive us… But that ain't gonna happen 🤷we are fully back 💯… RETWEET AGGRESSIVELY#EndSARS #EndSARS #EndSARS #EndSARS #EndSARS #EndSARS #EndSARS #EndSARS #EndSARS pic.twitter.com/mzINbz9LuC
— ENDSARS PART2✊ (@JohnnyOdike) December 3, 2020
— #EndSARS (@JessicaOkpako) December 3, 2020
Once again they want to do what they have been for years. Promising and doing nothing. They want to sweep it under the carpet.
Enough Is Enough!!!#EndSARS
— Tunde Ednut (@TundeEddnut) December 3, 2020
— WHAYASAY™ (@iamwillsteel) December 3, 2020
This year, we should have a “Father #EndSARS “ and not a Father Xmas.
•Visit the poor/slums.
•Give food to the hungry.
•And educate people in your area why we all must demand better from our leaders.
It should be an #EndSARS Christmas.
RT if we should organise and do this.
— #OurFavOnlineDoc 🩺🇳🇬🇬🇧💎 (@DrOlufunmilayo) December 3, 2020