Nigerian Lady Writes About EndSARS Protest As School Project in UK University, Many Want to Read It

Nigerian Lady Writes About EndSARS Protest As School Project in UK University, Many Want to Read It

- A Nigerian lady has made her fellow countrymen really proud as she used her school work to document the EndSARS protest

- Many Nigerians expressed the desire to read her academic essay about the movement that got the world's attention

- In response, the lady stated that she will make it available as soon as the school's authority is done with its examination

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A young Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @EseKors has revealed that she explored the struggles of Nigerians during the EndSARS movement in her project at the De Montfort University Leicester.

In a post on Thursday, May 20, the amazing lady shared the cover page of the dissertation which has the title "Staging a revolution with tweets: How #EndSARS influenced a marginalised protest in Nigeria".

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Nigerian lady writes about ENDSARS as school project in UK university, many praise her
Many said she has done well with her project's topic. Photo source: @EseKors
Source: Twitter

She said:

"Dissertation dedicated to my homeland completed all thanks to God."

Many Nigerians flooded her comment section with praise as some said that they would really love to read the academic work.

See her post below:

As at the time of writing this report, her post has gathered close to 6,000 comments with hundreds of reactions.

Below are some of them:

@FidelisOkorafor asked:

"Can you email me a copy @"

She replied:

"Dear @EseKors, a hearty congratulations. I will love to read your work. Thank you in advance."

@JoyMorg78352789 said:

"Please I’ll love to have a copy of the work when it’s marked. Thank you."

@Rukkylamba said:

"I just followed you so I can get access to the material when it is marked."

@hantykunbi said:

"This is certainly going to be a great read. I'd love to have a copy once it's marked. Congrats to you!"

@Akindayo2107 said:

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that a Nigerian graduated from the University of Aberdeen in the UK with a distinction.

The lady identified as Oluwatosin Likinyo who shared the good news online said she bagged a master’s degree in renewable energy engineering.

Oluwatosin disclosed that she was grateful to God and the Nigerian Liquified Natural Gas Limited for the opportunity.


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