Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Co-Signs #ENDSARS Campaign

The #EndSARS campaign which is geared towards the call to end police brutality in Nigeria has gotten a huge co-sign in the person of Twitter founder Jack Dorsey.⁣

The #EndSARS campaign gained momentum on Twitter before it spiraled into street protests in cities across Nigeria and all over the world.⁣ Dorsey on Wednesday, October 15, 2020, showed his support to the movement by tweeting out links to a donation website.⁣

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The Twitter CEO shared the link to the website of the Feminist Coalition and also used the #EndSARS hashtag.⁣⁣ On the same night of Dorsey’s co-sign, the Twitter accounts of the Feminist Coalition, a group of Nigerianfeminists fighting against the injustice of SARS, and Feyikemi FK Abudu, a Twitter personality who has also been organizing fund-raising and support for the protests have been verified.⁣

The #EndSARS protests are set to continue even after the Inspector General of Police has disbanded the controversial Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) unit of the Nigerian Police Force.⁣

Young Nigerians have continued with the protests with further demands for full compensations to the families of those who have died as a result of police brutality, the arrest and prosecution of the police officers involved and the total reform of the Nigerian police.⁣

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