Various Nigerian streets have become venues for protests marches from Nigerians from all walks of life.
They are still fighting against police brutality they suffer at the hands of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).
The protests moved to other countries as Nigerians and other Africans in the diaspora demonstrated at the Nigerian embassies in the host countries.
Last Sunday, Wizkid joined an End SARS protest in London.
Today, there was a planned End SARS protest that was supposed to take place at the Nigerian High Commission in Ghana.
It was scheduled to take place at 9 am. Nigerian musician Zlatan, who is in the country was set to make an appearance.
However, it has been called off due to supposed strained diplomatic relations between the governments of Ghana and Nigeria.
Weeks ago, a Nigerian government-owned building in Accra was torn down, and Ghanaian traders also locked up shops belonging to Nigerians.
Both of these issues are still pending.
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