October 14, 2020

The Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) is a unit of the Nigerian Police Force, which was formed in 1992. As the years have rolled by it has brought so much pain with stealings, murdering, robbery, harassment, kidnapping, assault etc. You can’t even make sense out of this even if you tried to.

It is so pathetic and exhausting that we are experiencing this, in our own country by the people that are supposed to protect us.

Years have passed by and different people have come out to tell their various stories on how it has affected them or their loved ones.

Read here 👉🏾 Stories of people who Sars have victimized.

Recently, protest has been taking place in States in Nigeria and even the world at large

To call on the Nigerian government to End Sars completely.

Unfortunately, ”they have said” to have ended it a couple of times now but sadly it is still the same brutality and it gets worse every time.

Now we don’t want mere words but actions to back it all up.


If you meet 10 Nigerians randomly, 8 out of the 10 has a Sars story to say, if not all the 10.

• Create Awareness in any and every way possible and go to a protest if there’s any near you. Walk with someone or a group of people so you’re not alone, take your face masks, sanitizer, power bank along. Make sure you share your location with someone, a friend or a family member.

Social Media – If not that, you can also create awareness on social media with the hashtag #ENDSARS #SARSMUSTEND, #ENDPOLICEBRUTALITYINNIGERIA #ENDSWAT #ENDSARSOPPRESSION it’s never too much.

Sign the petition here >> https://t.co/orpO3vAxbc

Donations, if you go through social media especially on Twitter there are so many ways you can help, you can also donate money to help with the protest and also families who have been affected by sars and police brutality.

A 21 year old Jimoh Isiaq was killed by the police last week Saturday, 10/10/20.

These are just the names we could account for, there are so many more that their family members have come to say they left home and did not come back, so many people who are in prison for absolutely nothing no access to reach their families and so they accepted fate.

Donations >> https://t.co/dHSJ95yksGhttps://

>> twitter.com/feminist_co?s=21https://

>> twitter.com/feminist_co/status/1316091249317818368?s=21

You can offer to be someone’s emergency contact

Call for help – In case you know or have anyone that has been arrested based on this peaceful protest, reach out to @fkabudu, @Mochievous, @adetolaov on Twitter.

There’s also a helpline now

Please don’t wait until it affects you or someone you know, it’s the little things we do that make the big difference.

Just like Aisha Yesufu said No Nigerian is more Nigerian than any Nigerian.

We are all in this together.

We Cannot Give Up, Not Now, Not Ever!

I want a Nigeria where we are truly the giants of Africa. I don’t want a Nigeria in extreme poverty!!! I want a Nigeria, where we don’t have Sars or policemen killing, extorting brutalizing or kidnapping us.

A Nigeria that we will want to live in not just fantasize about leaving.

A Nigeria where there is equality for all regardless of age, gender, class, religion.

”A Nation where the child of a nobody can become a somebody without knowing anybody” – Aisha Yesufu

Photo credit

All pictures were taken from Twitter NG








If you read it this far,thank you.

Don’t forget to use the hashtag







  1. OG Ademidun

    October 14. 2020

    #SARSMUSTEND Thanks for the helpful info ☺️

    • Eyilayomi

      October 15. 2020

      Yesss and it better END NOW!!! thank you for reading ✨

  2. Osagie

    October 14. 2020

    This post means a lot as it clearly expresses the horrors, pain and suffering of the average Nigerian youth. Thank you for creating awareness. #SARSMUSTEND

    • Eyilayomi

      October 15. 2020

      It’s so annoying and sad that we don’t even feel safe in our own country, I just hope and pray it does get better.
      Thank you for reading ❤️

  3. Tola

    October 14. 2020

    Eyi!!! thanks for using your platform for this!!!!

    • Eyilayomi

      October 15. 2020

      Thank you for reading OmoTola ❤️

  4. Sijuwade

    October 14. 2020

    I hope we don’t have to do this again. We’re asking for basic rights here, it’s sad that it has come to this. Thanks for this, really helpful 👏🏽👏🏽

    • Eyilayomi

      October 15. 2020

      Rightttt??? The bare minimum, thank you for reading ❤️

  5. Tums

    October 14. 2020


  6. Ike

    October 14. 2020

    This post just simplies everything. Thank you for this. #EndSARS #EndPoliceBrutalityinNigeria #endswat

    • Eyilayomi

      October 15. 2020

      Yessss!!! Thank you for reading ❤️

  7. Assumpta

    October 15. 2020

    This is how you use a platform!!

    • Eyilayomi

      October 15. 2020

      Based on Aesthetics 😂 I love you and thank you for reading ❤️

  8. Lala

    October 15. 2020

    End Sars nowwwww!!!!!

  9. Anonymous

    November 5. 2020

    I love the effort you put here. The energy is real. The lives of Nigerians matter!
    #EndSARS #endpolicebrutality #endbadgovernance

    Nice work eyi👏🏾

    • Eyilayomi

      November 5. 2020

      Thank you!!!!
      #EndSars #EndpolicebrutalityinNigeria #EndbadgoveranceinNigeria.

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