List of Peaceful EndSARS Protest Locations Across The World

October 10, 2020

The protest continue for a third day today. If you would like to join the EndSARS protests, here are a list of places you can meet up to make your voice heard. We’ll keep updating this list with protest locations as they come up.

Nigeria

Abia State: 

Location: CKC, Aba

Time: 10 am

Abuja: Berger

Location: US Embassy

Time: 7am

Akwa Ibom State:

Location: Nwaniba Roundabout, Uyo

Time: 9 am

Anambra State:

Location: Ekwueme Square

Time: 9 am

Location 2: DMGS Round About

Time: 10 am

Bayelsa State:

Location: Flyover, Azikoro

Time: 10am

Cross River

Location: Mary Slessor Roundabout, Calabar

Time: 10 am

Delta State

Location: Stephen Keshi Stadium, Asaba

Time: 10 am

Edo State:

Location: Ugbowo, Uniben Main Gate.

Time: 10 am

Enugu State

Location: Okpara Square

Time: 7am

Ekiti State:

Location: Fajita Park, Ado-Ekiti

Time: 9 am

Kaduna State

Location: Lord Lugard Hall

Time: 10 am

Kwara State:

Location: Tanke Junction, Ilorin

Time: 9 am

Location 2: Challenge

Time: 9am

Lagos State: 

Location 1: Lagos House of Assembly

Time: 9 am

Location 2: Lekki-Ikoyi Link Bridge

Time: 10 am

Location 3: Festival Mall, Amuwo-Odofin

Time: 9 am

Location 4: Itamaga, Ikorodu

Time: 8 am

Location 5: UNILAG Gate

Time: 11 am

Location 6: Alimosho Local Government

Time: 9am

Location 7: Egbeda

Time: 9 am

Location 8: NPF Area Command HQ at Charley Boy Bus Stop, Gbagada

Time: 10 am

Plateau State:

Location: Old Airport Junction, Jos

Time: 10 am

Ogun State: 

Location: Shoprite, Before Bible College, Sango Ota

Time: 8 am

Location 2: Isale Eko, Sagamu

Time: 9am

Oyo State

Location 1: Oroki Junction, Oyo Township

Time: 8am

Location 2: J Allen Junction, Dugbe

Time: 9am

Location 3: Apata Market

Time 9 am

Location 3: Ogbomoso

Time: 10 am

Rivers State:

Location: Pleasure Point, Port Harcourt

Time: 9 am

Diaspora

Canada

Location: Dundas Square, Toronto

Time: 9 am

Germany

Location: Nigerian Embassy, Berlin. Neue Jakobstraße

Time: Sunday 11th October, 12pm

Location 2: Kolner Dom, Cologne, Germany

Time: Monday 12th October, 4pm

Ireland

Location: Embassy of Nigeria, Dublin

Time: Sunday 11th October, 2pm

Switzerland

Location: UN Headquarters, Geneva

Time: Sunday 13th October, 10am

United Kingdom

Location: Nigerian High Commission

Time: Sunday 11th October, 12pm

United States of America

Location 1: Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Washington DC. 3519 International Court, NW Washington, DC 20008

Time: 12 pm

Location 2: Consulate General of Nigeria, New York

Time: Sunday October 11, 9am

Location 2: 9220 Skillman St #115, Dallas, TX 75243

Time: Sunday 11th October, 5pm

If you’ll be protesting peacefully, read this for tips on how to prepare for the EndSARS protests: Going For The #EndSARS Protests? Here’s Everything You’ll Need

If you can’t go to the protests for any reason, that’s okay too. Here are a couple of ways you can help out: Can’t Join The #ENDSARS Protests? Here’s How You Can Help From Home

Wondering what’s going on? Here’s a quick recap of what the protests are about: Everything You Need To Know About The #EndSars Protest

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