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Nigerians hold moving procession to mark second anniversary of #EndSARS in Lekki

By Guardian Exclusive
21 October 2022   |   6:08 pm
A group of protesters rallied along the Lekki-Epe expressway on Thursday to mark the second anniversary of the country's Endsars protest again police brutality.

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