End SARS and Police Brutality In Nigeria | Nigerian Youth Lives Matters

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I’m hurt and in Pains. My country Nigeria is Bleeding from the death of the innocents youths that their lives as been cut short by the so called people that were meant to protect us.

For the past 4 years the hashtag #EndSARS has been trending but nothing has been done to end this sets of armed robbers and thieves.

SARS – The Special Anti-Robbery Squad, a unit of the Nigerian Police Force. They were assigned to fight armed robbery and criminal act but in reality they have killed more innocent Nigerian youths than the actual armed robbers they were meant to fight against.

The campaign started as a social media campaign using the hashtag #ENDSARS to demand for Nigeria’s government to scrap and end the deployment of Nigeria Police Force Special Anti-Robbery Squad, popularly known as SARS. Nigerians have shared both stories and video evidence of how members of SARS engaged in kidnapping, murder, theft, rape, torture, unlawful arrests, high-handedness, humiliation, unlawful detention, extrajudicial killings, and extortion.

You want to know why they are killing nigerian youths,

  • For dressing in designers
  • For tattoos
  • For having dreads
  • For using expensive gadget
  • For driving

You want to know how they do this,

  • They incriminate you by planting drugs, weeds and guns on you
  • They lie and accuse you of different crimes
  • They arrest you and drop their guns on you and take a picture that it belongs to you
  • They rape the women arrested
  • They follow you to the atm stand to withdraw everything you have in your account
  • They threatened to kill and bury you without trace
  • They enter our homes without warrants and fo anything they like
  • They can stop you for no reason and just kill you straight up

What is our President doing? Absolutely Nothing and that’s because they are benefiting from all the atrocities these animals are committing.


Follow the #EndSARS #endpolicebrutalityinnigeria by retweeting aggressively.

A protest has started about four days ago to end this so called organisation. We are taking to the street to take back our freedom.

Aisha Yesufu is an activist and stood her ground at the peaceful protest despite been tear gassed and threatened

Yesterday another was killed in cold blood. He was neither protesting nor causing any trouble. He was just an onlooker. A family just lost a son and we the future of Nigeria lost another young king. He could be the president of Nigeria but his life was cut short.

Their are shallow graves been dug at Nigerian prisons where they kill any innocent youth that can’t meet their demands and bury them without anyone knowledge and that’s the end.

  • Dressing well is a crime in my country
  • Using an iPhone is a crime in my country
  • Carrying a laptop is a crime in my country
  • Advanced countries can drive at the age of 16 but a young man or woman even at 40 can be questioned on why he or she is driving
  • Privacy is not something they understand. They can search you any time.

These old politicians pass the office among their families and the eligible young candidates can’t even do anything about it. They loot money and share among themselves. Their children don’t even stay in the country as they are been sent abroad to enjoy luxuries they didn’t work for.

A country where these so called leaders can’t even hse our health care system when they are indisposed because they didn’t fund this health sectors. A country where they can’t allow their children to school because they didn’t fund the education system. A country where they arrest innocent youths and use them to replace criminals with influential backgrounds in the prison. A country where a form of identification means nothing to a police office but killing means they did something.

I have been retweeting endlessly and this is what I do for a living. I’m using my platform to lend out my voice for help.

If you are reading this, nigerian youths are in danger please help us. You can join the trend on social media with the hastage #EndSARS

I can’t tell a police officer that I’m a blogger because as long as I have a laptop and a smart phone, I’m a cyber criminal. I have witnessed their brutality but thank God my friends and I were released before it escalated.

They are calling, emailing dead threats to the influencers leading these protests and also using money to divert the youths attention from this good cause. They are offering them money to trend another hashtag to boycott this protest. They are using this protest for their own gain by joining to fight against their rival as elections is fast approaching. We are not backing down. My daughter is 18months old and I’m scared for her life. My mother is far away from me but she doesn’t have rest of mind because she always worrying about me and my daughter.

They are boycotting TV and Radio stations media outlet from talking about it and the ones saying anything at all are lying and giving false report. Calling the peaceful protestors tugs and destroyers. They are employing touts and tugs to join the protests and disrupt it so they can lie that we are destroying and disrupting activities. They are worried about the traffic and blocked road but they can throw lavish birthday parties and cause traffic while doing their pretentious and hypocritical visitations.

They don’t want the local media to cover the protest but our Twitter trends and voice has been heard by the international media outlets and they are doing the job for us. Check CNN and see what is going on. About 1p different countries social media, the hashtag is trending.

SARS kills faster than any virus out there ans we have been enduring for far too long. Please share this with anyone you know.


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8 thoughts on “End SARS and Police Brutality In Nigeria | Nigerian Youth Lives Matters

  1. It’s very sad. As a Nigerian my heart bleeds. We won’t stop fighting. We can’t. The battle has just begun and together we will end all of this wickedness

  2. This is just so sad and frustrating honestly. Like what did Nigerians do to deserve this kind of problem? And what’s worse is how the govt are trying to ignore it which is heartbreaking and unfair

  3. We’re not requesting for 24hours electricity
    We’re not requesting for good roads
    All we want is the eradication of SARS and stopping of police brutality.

    And we will get it. Our voices will be heard. Those who have gone before us won’t die in vain.

  4. This is such a heart-wrenching blog. It saddens me deeply to see these things happen in our world, even to this date. It’s a life of a person that just doesn’t matter.
    None of this is covered by the popular media and the rest of the world remains oblivious to these things. It’s such a sorry state to be in.

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