Nigerian youths’ have taken to the streets in protest against the inhumane treatment vetted by F-SARS in Nigeria. This protest has drawn worldwide attention with Nigerians in the diaspora joining in the protest


There have been several calls for a unit in the Nigerian Police Force, the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) to be scrapped out of the policing system in the country. These calls prompted many Nigerians both home and in the diaspora to take to the streets to ar their grievances in protest.

Here is the list of countries where Nigerians have taken to the street the protest for the #ENDSARS movement.

1. Toronto, Canada
Nigerians in Canada gathered at Dundas Square in Toronto on October 10 to protest.

2. Berlin, Germany

In Berlin, Germany, Nigerians met up at the Nigerian Embassy in Berlin to protest.

3. Cologne, Germany

In Cologne, Germany, the protest will be taking place today, October 12 at Kolner Dom.

4. Dublin, Ireland
Nigerians that are residents in Ireland gathered in their numbers at the Embassy of Nigeria in Dublin on Sunday, October 11 where they held their protest.

5. Geneva, Switzerland
Nigerians living in Geneva took the protest to the United Nations and protested at the UN Headquarters on Sunday.

6. London, United Kingdom
Nigerians that stay in London took the protest to the Nigerian High Commission on Sunday and had Wizkid in attendance who in turn addressed the audience.

7. Washington, United States of America
Nigerians based in Washington, USA joined in the protest that took place at the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria located at 3519 Washington, DC on Saturday.

8. New York, United States of America
The protest also continued at the Consulate General of Nigeria, New York on Sunday, October 11

9. Dallas, United States of America
Still in the United States of America, Nigerians living in Dallas met up to also protest on Sunday. Nollywood actress Stella Damasus was also in attendance at the protest on Sunday.

10. Paris, France
The protest will also be happening in France as Nigerians living in France will come out on Saturday, October 17 and converge at the Eiffel Tower TRPCADERO and also at the Nigerian Embassy on Monday, October 19.

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