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!
Saturday, 10 October
— ZAHEER! (@iam_YCee) October 9, 2020
Guys, we are hitting the street tomorrow, Saturday 10th of October, 2020. Time is 10am.
We will be marching on a peaceful protest to the Area Command at Charley Boy.
— My Gbagada (@MyGbagada) October 9, 2020
PLEASE THE PROTEST CONTINUES TOMORROW AT THE GOVERNMENT HOUSE IN ALAUSA, REGARDLESS OF WHAT RINU AND MACARONI SAID. WE CONTINUE TOMORROW. COME THROUGH!
— Olufemi (@femiexe) October 9, 2020
Lekki-Ikoyi Link Bridge
Lekki Ikoyi link bridge
Tomorrow 10th October
From 10am pic.twitter.com/4PUPBSxnJ1
— מַלכָּה (@ladytiffs_) October 9, 2020
There wil be an #EndSarsProtest tomorrow Saturday 10th october at Egbeda by 9am.for those staying around Alimosho, egbeda, igando, idimu , ipaja, Ayobo and environs #EndSars #EndPoliceBrutality Show up in your numbers please.
— Mimie 🦋🥀 (@DamilohunA) October 9, 2020
Time: 9 am
Venue: converge at Ekwueme square, move to Govt HOUSE!
Come with your face mask, banner, megaphone etc!
Spread the message!#EndSARSProtest https://t.co/LTrwBzXvwU
— Anambra 1st son💭 (@UchePOkoye) October 9, 2020
Sunday, 11 October
Sunday at 12PM it is!! Nigeria 🇳🇬 High Commission London.
— Dr. Dípò Awójídé (@OgbeniDipo) October 9, 2020
We’ve decided. We are marching to the Nigerian Embassy on Sunday at 2PM.
— Tayo Dips🇳🇬🇮🇪 (@tayo_dips) October 9, 2020
#EndSARS protest in Berlin would be held on sunday, 11th October at the nigerian embassy in Berlin. address: Neue Jakobstraße 4, 10179. time: 12pm!!!! please pass this on! if you’re in berlin, come one, come all!! #EndSARS #EndSARSProtest
— afọpẹ́fólúwa (@abstractsth) October 9, 2020
NEW YORK, Nigerians are protesting Police Brutality on Sunday! #EndSarsNow #EndSarsProtests are going to the Nigerian Embassy. Contact @bolab33 for more information. Diaspora folks in NY and allies please show up and show out. pic.twitter.com/2mDKVktNsa
— #EndSARSNow (@Deenike) October 9, 2020
Those in Dallas, we will be meeting on sunday evening. 5pm at Aso Rock.
9220 Skillman St #115, Dallas, TX 75243
My DM is open now.I will reply your messages.
— Mr. Bazz (@basilokpara) October 9, 2020
If you’re in the DMV, New York, or any of the states that are nearby and need to come out this Sunday here are the details you need. Remember to dress for the weather as there’s a chance of rain. Tell a friend to tell a friend!#EndSARS #EndSarsNow #EndPoliceBrutality pic.twitter.com/liwxPSjOiV
— #EndSarsNow!!!!!! (@Neritmwa) October 10, 2020
Tuesday, 13 October
— Omoyele Sowore (@YeleSowore) October 9, 2020
Nigerians in Switzerland have decided to meet at UN headquarters ( Geneva ) on Tuesday morning, at 10 am. The aim is to protest against SARs. Please, kindly repost and tell others .
— Omo Olore (@OlaoyeVicolaoye) October 9, 2020
This is a growing list of #EndSARS protests across the world.