Protests in Nigeria

Nigeria's Protests

Speak out. Be heard. Your voice matters.

In Nigeria, youth are at the forefront of a growing movement to end police brutality at the hands of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). As Nigerians gather in the streets and online, World Pulse opens its arms to women leaders who are on the frontlines of movements in Nigeria. Share your message with your global sisters—and the world.

Here are some ideas to get you started:

  • Tell us, what is your vision for a peaceful Nigeria? 
  • How are you experiencing this moment? Share your feelings and insights.
  • What do you want the international community to know about the reality on the ground?
  • Have you protested in the streets or online? Share your experience.
  • How has social media played a role in this movement? 
  • What do the people of Nigeria need from the government, other protesters, those looking on?

No matter what story you have to share about this critical moment in Nigeria’s history, it matters and we want to hear from you.

Here are some ideas to get you started:

  • Tell us, what is your vision for a peaceful Nigeria? 
  • How are you experiencing this moment? Share your feelings and insights.
  • What do you want the international community to know about the reality on the ground?
  • Have you protested in the streets or online? Share your experience.
  • How has social media played a role in this movement? 
  • What do the people of Nigeria need from the government, other protesters, those looking on?

No matter what story you have to share about this critical moment in Nigeria’s history, it matters and we want to hear from you.

Image depicts a Nigerian woman holding a Nigerian flag during a protest.

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