All the locations of #SarsMustEnd Protests happening today

From Lekki to Benin, here are the protests taking place today

As Nigeria enters day 6 of the #SARSMUSTEND protests, more and more locations around the country are sprouting up as protest grounds with youths calling for more reinforcement from their friends, colleagues, and family to join the fight against police brutality and the reign of terror by SARS. Although it was announced by the Inspector General of Police that SARS had been disbanded, young Nigerians were not quick to jump on this frivolous promise as it has been done many times over the past few years since 2017.

This week, the protests continue because our demands have not been met by the Nigerian government yet and justice and peace are far from being served. We have continued to be brutalised and intimidated by the government, so we must continue to fight. To keep you updated with all the protests happening across Nigeria this week, we compiled a quick and easy list with all the locations of the #SARSMUSTEND protests taking place today. Look out for your part of town and come through in numbers, people!

Lagos State

  • Unilag

Time: 8am

  • Egbeda Bus Stop

Time: 9am

  • Lekki/Ikoyi link bridge

Time: 4am

  • Lekki/VI toll gate

Time: 4am

  • Ogudu Road, Roundabout.

Meeting point: Emmanuel Primary School Gate

Time: 9 am

  • Airport Road, Lagos, 7 & 8 Bus Stop and Oshodi  Isolo

Time: 9 am.

  • Egbeda- Isheri Roundabout

Time: 9am.

Ondo State

  • Ademile Cultural Centre, Akure

Time: 8am

Niger State

  • Bahago Roundabout, Minna, Niger state.

  Time: 10am


  • Unity Fountain

Time: 8am

  • National Assembly

Time: 8am


  • Ekwueme Square.

Delta State

  • Interbau Roundabout, Asaba


  • UI Trans


  • Downing Street

Time: 2pm


  • Point Trade Fair, Jalingo

Time: 8AM

New York

  • Nigerian Embassy – 828 2nd Avenue
  • United Nations HQ


  • Challenge, Ilorin

Time: 9am

We will continue to update with new locations as we come across them

Featured image credits/YagazieEmezi

Tami is a staff writer at the NATIVE. Tweet at her your #SARSMustEnd Protest locations @tamimak_

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