Locations Of #EndSARS Protests Happening On Sunday And Monday

October 11, 2020

The EndSARS protests continue. Here’s a list of locations in Nigeria and other countries where you can join other people determined to keep the momentum going. We’ll keep updating this list as we confirm more locations.

Sunday, October 11, 2020

Nigeria

Lagos State

1. Location: Surulere Mall

Time: 11 AM

2. Location: Ajah Roundabout

Time: 10 AM

3. Location: Ikeja City Mall

Time: 3 PM

4. Location: Tafawa Balewa Square

Time: 10 AM

Ogun State

Location: Mowe Bus Stop

Time: 10 AM

Diaspora

Germany

Location: Nigerian Embassy, Neue Jakobstraße 4, 10179, Berlin

Time: 12 noon

United Kingdom

Location: Nigerian High Commission, Northumberland Avenue, London, WC2N 5BX Closet station in Charing Cross

Time: 12 PM

United States

1. Location: Consulate General of Nigeria, 28 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10017

Time: 12 PM (EDT)

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

Time: 12 PM (EDT)

3. Location: 220 Skillman St #115, Dallas, TX 75243

Time: 5 PM

Ireland

Location: Embassy of Nigeria, 56 Leeson Park, St Peters, Dublin 6

Time: 2 PM

Monday, October 12 2020

Lagos State

Location: Shitta Roundabout, Surulere

Time: 10 AM

Ebonyi State

Location: Abakaliki Township Stadium

Time: 10 AM

Delta State

Location: Warri Stadium

Time: 7 AM

Kwara State

Location: Challenge, Ilorin

Time: 9 AM

Niger State

Location: Obasanjo Complex Roundabout

Time: 10 AM

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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