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#EndSARS: Protesters Launch ‘Online Radio’, Live Podcast

Protesters calling for an end to police brutality in Nigeria have launched 24/7 online radio, Soro Soke, but called it a live podcast.

The protesters say the ‘radio’ aims at coordinating the protest nationwide and communicating developments.

At around 4:50 when HumAngle tuned in to the live podcast and presenters were heard stressing that the protest shall remain peaceful.

“These protests are peaceful. We don’t encourage violence,” emphasised the presenter.

The radio also has a Twitter account, @SoroSoke247 where the account handlers tweet and retweet on issues related to the ongoing protest.

The bio of the Twitter account says Soro Soke is not a radio but a live podcast.

“We are for a better nation powered by value for life and good governance,” the Twitter bio reads.

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Aliyu Dahiru

Aliyu Dahiru is an assistant editor and head of extremism and radicalization desks at HumAngle. He is a fact-checker and has a passion for analyzing jihadism in Africa and telling the stories of those affected by conflict and insecurity. Tweets: @Aliyussufiy

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