#EndSARS protesters launch Soro Soke online radio

Posted by on Oct 18, 2020, Under: News

#EndSARS protesters launch Soro Soke online radio

The radio station was launched by young Nigerians calling for an overhaul of the Nigerian police force.

The station in line is called Soro Soke.

The channel, through effective and timely communication, should help coordinate the #EndSARS protests across the country.

When our reporter tuned in to the radio station at about 13:00 on Sunday, the programs and live broadcasts of the #EndSARS missing and found protesters’ news were transferred to radio https://s4.radio.co/s99d55c85b/listen.

The station also played songs calling for the reform of Nigeria.

Soro soke, a Yoruba phrase that translates to “speak,” became the mantra of the #EndSARS campaign last week after protesters in Lagos state called on Governor Babajide Sanwo Olu to speak the word “soro soke” in his address. young people.

Soro Soke is also a metaphor for all Nigerians who oppose mismanagement and oppose corrupt leaders.

Twitter @ Sorosoke247 reads: “24/7 protest information. We are for a better nation based on life values ​​and good governance. “

PUNCH previously reported that the now-disbanded presidential reform group of the task force has endorsed five-point demands made by young people protesting the brutality and extrajudicial executions committed by former SARS agents.

Although Police Inspector General Mohammed Adamu destroyed the police unit and announced a replacement last Sunday, protesters want police authorities to conduct a psychological assessment and retraining of all disbanded SARS officers. transferred.

They demand the release of all arrested protesters, justice for all victims of police brutality, and adequate compensation for their families. They also want to increase police salaries, as well as create an independent body to oversee the investigation and prosecution of all allegations of police misconduct.

The government and some business leaders tried to persuade young people to leave the streets, but protesters insisted that demonstrations would continue until the government complied with their demands.

The #EndSARS campaign has raised over € 80 million with the support of well-meaning people at home and abroad.