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#ENDSARS:Protesters form “We Move Naija’ movement

Youths, who organised and participated in the nationwide #EndSARS protests that attract ed global attention have formed a new group known as “We Move Naija” and they will be holding a Webinar meeting tomorrow, October 31.

The 3pm online meeting tagged “The Conversation” is driving home the message that the struggle which started as #EndSARS “is a marathon, not a sprint” and will be broadcast live on Hip TV, AIT, Arise TV, Facebook, Instagram and Youtube.

“The Citizen’s Collective” in whose name the meeting is being promoted says “#EndSARS was step one – our journey has just begun. Join us for an open conversation about the way forward”

The Keynote Speaker at the meeting will be Falz, who is the son of renowned human rights lawyer, Femi Falana, while the Guest Speakers are Aisha Yesufu and Atedo Peterside.

The Panels on Tracking #5FOR5 will have Chioma Chuka, Bulama Bukarti and Nelson Olanipekun.

On “Who will speak for us?” four persons have been shortlisted including Rinu Oduala, Chidi Okereke (CPG), Mr. Macaroni and Akin O.

The conversation which will be hosted by Ebuka with Maryam Laushi as Moderator, will also feature talks on “From Protest to Power” and FK Abudu, Samson Itodo, M.I and Fakhriyah Hashim, have been penciled down to motivate participants on how they would get involved in the democratic process ahead of the next elections.

Four music artiste including Waje, 2Baba, Darey Art Alade and Timi Dakolo, will be on hand to provide the inspiration during the Webinar.

The #EndSARS protests came to a climax with the shooting of protesters on Tuesday, October 20 at the Lekki Toll Gate in Lagos State by security operatives including soldiers and the police.

Three television stations, namely AIT, Arise TV and Channels TV have been fined N3 million each by the National Broadcasting Commission, NBC for taking live feed and videos of the shooting from an unverified source.

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