Do You Think EndSars Protest Will Make Nigerians Vote Wisely In 2023 or Repeat Same Old Mistake?

According to accounts, while reciting the national anthem and waving the Nigerian flag, Nigerian military opened fire on a crowd of unarmed protestors, killing a number of youths.
End SARS is a decentralized social movement in Nigeria that consists of a series of public rallies against police brutality. The phrase (End SARS) demands that the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), a notorious Nigerian police force with a lengthy history of abuses, be disbanded.

Many major cities around the world saw solidarity protests and demonstrations by Nigerians in the diaspora and sympathizers. Since then, the movement has grown to include calls for more transparent and responsible government.

The Nigerian Police Force announced on October 11, 2020, that the squad would be disbanded with immediate effect, just days after the protests began. The move was widely hailed as a victory for the protesters.

The 2023 Nigerian presidential election will be held on 25 February 2023 to elect the President and Vice President.

Do You Think EndSars Protest Will Make Nigerians Vote Wisely In 2023 or Repeat Same Old Mistake?
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