The EndSARS protest, which gripped the country for about two weeks in October, resumed in Lagos State on Thursday with protesters marching by Tejuosho Road in the Yaba area of the state.
Naijapalaba gathered that old women and some young men brandished various placards in the area, defying the scorching heat to march for almost two hours.
They continued to chant, “End SARS and we march for our children.”
A number of them were also seen carrying the Nigerian flag in their hands, with microphones to make their voices audible.
#Endsars protest live at tejuosho road yaba Lagos by our mothers.. the pace has been set.. it's time to speak up.. #SoroSokeGeneration Their placard says “we march for our children” #SoroSoke
God bless these old women in the sun protesting for us!!! #EndPoliceBrutality pic.twitter.com/Cx56slEbav
— ShortFuse (@Odafe_D) December 3, 2020