Sorosoke seeks justice for detained EndSARS Protesters

There are many reasons why the EndSARS movement is important to us. The movement signifies freedom from political tyranny, corruption, poverty, and injustice. This is why it is important to make sure that the victims of the protest are not forgotten. 

“The ultimate tragedy is not the oppression and cruelty by the bad people but the silence over that by the good people.”-Martin Luther King Jr.

We draw a lot of inspiration from this quote by the Legendary Martin Luther King Jr. and that is why we will continuously speak up rather than keep mute in the face of injustice.

Here’s calling on the public to send in available information about any young person in the South East that is still in detention because of their involvement in the #EndSARS protest of October 2020. 

CSAAE and her partners, CHEVS and YesProject are working with a team of legal experts to ensure that these young people are released from detention.

If you know of any one: family, friends, relatives, etc., kindly fill this form and our team shall work to facilitate justice for them: bit.ly/get-justice

If you wish to make a report over the phone, please call this toll-free number: 0800 900 1000

Remember, justice for one is justice for all. 

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Fr. Godswill Agbagwa

Godswill Uchenna Agbagwa is a Catholic priest and a social ethicist. He was born in Umueze Amaimo, a small village in Ikeduru LGA of Imo State to Mr. Charlyman Chikamnele Agbagwa and Mrs. Evelyn Chinyere Agbagwa of blessed memory.

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