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#ENDSARS Protest: My story and DSS encounter – A photographers experience

By Guardian Exclusive
20 October 2021   |   9:42 am
One year later, Eti-Inyene Godwin Akpan, a photojournalist who went out to document the #ENDSARS protest of 20 October 2020, shares his story and encounter with Nigeria's secret police, the Department of State Services.⁣⁣

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