EndSARS make I see husband marry, protester holds up interesting placard
- Some Nigerian ladies who showed up with interesting placards at the #EndSARS protest have gone viral
- While one of them wants the unit scrapped so she can get a husband, the other simply wants her future husband protected
- This comes amid nationwide protests following reports of police brutality and unjust arrests of protesters
- Falz only a few hours ago was among the protesters at the Lekki tollgate demanding that victims who have been killed as a result of police brutality get justice and compensation
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Two Nigerian ladies have gone viral online after photos of their interesting placards about their future husbands was captured on camera.
It is no news that the call for the disbandment of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad means different things to different people and photos from the ongoing nationwide protests is proof.
While the majority of placards have #EndSARS on them, there have been quite a few unique and hilarious ones which reflect how differently - although with a collective pain - the movement matters to people.
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The ladies who were among the protesters risking their lives for the movement each had similar write-ups on their placard.
While one wanted the movement to end so she could find a husband, the other simply wanted it gone so her future husband’s life would be protected.
See photos below:
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Theirs was among a collection of photos of protesters shared on Instagram by @the_commentsection.
Swipe to see more interesting placards below:
Meanwhile, Nigerian singer, Folarin Falana better known as Falz, has stated that victims who have lost their lives at the hands of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad should be compensated.
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In a video making the rounds, the rapper was seen voicing the demands, while adding that the victims deserve justice.
In other news, Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi shared what he described as a 'nasty' experience his daughter had with men of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad.
In a lengthy post shared to his official Instagram page of almost 300,000 followers, the monarch expressed joy at the movement to end SARS.
He then went on to recount how his daughter was harassed by SARS officers for carrying a laptop on her way to the airport.
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