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The international group of hackers known for cyber attacks on government and institutions around the world has revealed the President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari engages in sodomy.

The hackers made this known in a tweet made on their official Twitter account after it gave the President a 72-hour ultimatum to make peace with the #EndSARS protestors.

“The only thing weaker than @mbuhari’s computer security is his self-esteem and self-worth. No President of any nation should have time to concern themselves with “sodomy”

According to the group, it has in its possession information about the President’s involvement in sodomy and will release it to the media should he fail to make peace with the #EndSARS protestors.

Anonymous Hackers Reveal President Buhari Engages In Sodomy (Photos)

Source: Naijaparty.com.ng

The End SARS protest has been trending for the past few days since it commencement.

While some protesters took to the streets to make their grievances known, others who couldn’t joined on the street took to social media to join as well.

As the protest continues there have been an observation on two slang that have gone viral during this period especially online.

1. Soro Soke Werey

This is the most popular and widely used slang presently.

According to the research, it showed that the slang is actually not new to people who are active on social media platform, Twitter unlike users of others platform who are just getting to know about it.

The slang “soro soke werey” is literally a Yoruba language and can be easily translated to English by a Yoruba speaker to mean ‘speak louder madman/woman.’

However, the meaning is deeper than mere translation as the slang means one should take a stand and stop speaking with both side for your mouth.

2. Werey dey disguise

Like the first slang, it has also trended during this period and also shares the same meaning as Soro Soke but in this case it means one is pretending to be what they are not or saying something without meaning it.

What other slang do you know of??

Sọrọ sókè is a Yoruba phrase that serves as a prompting to speak louder, speak up, or speak more assertively. This phrase has been co-opted both online and offline as a response by Nigerian youths engaged in the #EndSARS protest.

It can be used positively as a way to show support for an opinion or sentiment shared. Like “hell yeah, ride on, volume please, emphasis, elocute, encore,” or something else of that nature. When used offline in this way, it is synonymous to using the “like” and “retweet” button at the same time on twitter.

That was the sentiment Hon. Bona Goodhead was trying to express when Hon. Thomas Ereyitomi was telling Godswill Akpabio “Honourable Minister, off your mic.” Honourable Bona really wanted Godswill Akpabio to sọrọ sókè. Alas, “insaner heads” prevailed and mics were “offed”.

Sọrọ sókè is also used negatively to disagree with, demean and deride an opposing view that is being said “in the rubbish, in the nonsense, and in the something that does not make any sense”.

Remember when the late Governor Abiola Ajimobi was earning the title of “Constituted Authority” in that “showdown” with students of LAUTECH? I can assure you that if “sọrọ sókè” was already a thing back then, that would have been the biggest response he would have gotten from the students.

Remember when high school students in the USA protested after the shooting at a secondary school in Parkland? They were protesting because random folks had access to guns and could go on a shooting spree. Here in Nigeria, it isn’t random people we are scared of.

It is members of the Police Force, the Special Anti Robbery Squad especially that we have come to fear. They will stop youths, kidnap them, rob them of their possessions, then go as far as taking them to the ATM to empty their accounts.

That is a scenario that ends well. In worse cases, they will proceed to arrest said youth, accuse him of being a robber or fraudster, and in some cases, kill them without ever investigating or charging them to court.
This is why the youths have no option but to protest. Enough is enough. This is why we need you all to join in and “sọrọ sókè” when you see #EndSARS or #EndPoliceBrutality pop up on your timeline.

As for those we expect to be speaking up for us in this fight for our lives, from capitalists to entertainers, politicians, influencers, and whoever else, keep telling them to “sọrọ sókè”.

For those who opted to keep quiet, when this victory is won, we will remember you. Be it in 2023, or when you have a product to sell, or whenever you are trying to garner sentiments in your favour. We will remember your loud silence.

And for those asking protesters not to disrupt their days, kindly teach us a better way to get our voice heard. If you are sure it will work, why not come put it to practice by helping us engage the government.
The earlier you help us #EndSARS, the faster you can continue your days unhindered.

For those who say “but SARS has been ended”, are you aware that this government has ended SARS three times already in the last couple of years? If there was a retrogression all three previous times, how can you guarantee us the fourth time will be effective if the government themselves can’t guarantee it?

A day after the fourth order, the police are back brutalizing Nigerians and you want us to walk away like all is well?

To those who feel too safe and unbothered to join this outcry, you do realize that the daughters of the President and Vice President joined in. Do you think you are safer than Zahra and Kiki? Or you think the Ọọni of Ife Is one of the “jobless youths”?

Sọrọ sókè now, so parents can stop losing their children to senseless acts of violence perpetrated by those we have entrusted with our lives.
I pray that a resolution is effected soon and the journey to a better and safer Nigeria can finally begin.

Some unidentified hoodlums have been nabbed by some residents in an area after they attacked #EndSARS protesters in Abuja.

The thugs confessed that they were paid N1500 each to disrupt the ongoing peaceful #EndSARS protest whose main mission was for police brutality and incessant harassment be put to an end in the country.

The thugs destroyed and vandalized people’s properties including cars in the area and this was revealed by a Twitter user known as Adewole Oluwatosin using the handle @Tosin Tosade

They paid them 1500 to come and disrupt the protest at Berger in Abuja, one of them just confessed #EndSarsNow #EndPoliceHarassment

Source: Naijaparty.com.ng

The Nigeria Police Force just after the dissolution of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) has announced the formation of the Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT).

SWAT will replace SARS and this was revealed by the Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu in a recent statement he released.

It reads;

“Meanwhile, the IGP has set up a new Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Team that will fill the gaps arising from the dissolution of the defunct SARS. Prospective members of this new team will also undergo psychological and medical examination to ascertain their fitness and eligibility for the new assignment.

They are to commence training at the different Police tactical training institutions nationwide, next week. While personnel from the Police Commands in the South-East and the South-South will be trained at the Counter-Terrorism College, Nonwa-Tai, Rivers State, those from the Police Commands from the North and the South-West will be trained at the Police Mobile Force Training College, Ende, Nasarawa State and the Police Mobile Force Training College, Ila-Orangun, Osun State, respectively.”

Source: Naijaparty.com.ng

There are so many happenings going on in the #EndSARS protest being held across Nigeria and some other parts of the world.

Police arrests, beatings, shootings, angry proterstors and all that, but one thing that caught the attention of protestors who were at the #EndSARS protest today at Kaduna was a mother carrying her less than a year old baby girl protesting.

This photo has gone viral in all social media platforms.

The woman (who is yet to be identified) was sitting on a rooftop of a car with her right hand raised up and her baby girl in the left.

See photo below;

This Photo Of A Mother & A Child At An #EndSARS Protest Will Melt Your Heart.

Source: Naijaparty.com.ng

Nigerians seems to have fellen in love with the King of African Dancehall Shatta Wale as his banger duded ‘Melissa’ was been played at an #EndSARS protest today.

The #EndSARS protest which is ongoing in many States in Nigeria is to campaign against police brutality and their mode of operations.

Many foreign artistes including Shatta has pleaded their support for the campaign and even went on to record a song with the title ‘F**k SARS’.

The video has had more than 11k already.

Enjoy the video below;

Source: Naijaparty.com.ng

 

The Inspector General of Police, IGP Mohammed Adamu has set up a new Police outfit to take over from the disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the Nigerian Police Force.

It is known as Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Team and will fill the gaps arising from the dissolution of the defunct SARS.

Also, the IGP on Tuesday, 13th October, 2020, in accordance with Section 18 (10) of the Police Act 2020, ordered all personnel of the defunct SARS to report at the Force Headquarters, Abuja for debriefing, psychological and medical examination.

A statement by the Force Public Relations Officer, DCP Frank Mba said, “The officers are expected to undergo this process as a prelude to further training and reorientation before being redeployed into mainstream policing duties”.

Mba said, “The medical examination will be carried out by the newly set-up Police Counselling and Support Unit (PCSU), a Unit, which henceforth shall engage in psychological management, re-orientation and training of officers of the Force deployed for tactical operations and other duties.

“The Unit, which is domiciled with the Force Medical Department and coordinated by the Force Medical Officer, has its membership drawn from amongst psychiatrists, psychologists, medics, pastors and imams, Public Relations practitioners, Civil Society and other Human Rights groups with relevant qualifications and expertise”.

Furthermore the statement said, “Meanwhile, the IGP has set up a new Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Team that will fill the gaps arising from the dissolution of the defunct SARS.

“Prospective members of this new team will also undergo psychological and medical examination to ascertain their fitness and eligibility for the new assignment.

“They are to commence training at the different Police tactical training institutions nationwide, next week.

“Personnel from the Police Commands in the South-East and the South-South will be trained at the Counter-Terrorism College, Nonwa-Tai, Rivers State.

“Those from the Police Commands from the North and the South-West will be trained at the Police Mobile Force Training College, Ende, Nasarawa State and the Police Mobile Force Training College, Ila-Orangun, Osun State, respectively.

“While reaffirming his irrevocable commitment towards the successful and holistic implementation of the Police reforms, the IGP enjoins members of the public, particularly protesting citizens to exercise restraint and allow measures being put in place to come to fruition and engender a Police Force that would meet the yearnings and aspirations of the citizenry.”

Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has ordered all personnel of the disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) to report to the force headquarters in Abuja for debriefing, psychological and medical examination.

This was disclosed in a statement on Tuesday by the Force Spokesman, Frank Mba.

According to the statement, the IGP has also set up a new unit to replace the disbanded unit.

The formation of the new unit is coming 48 hours after the IGP dissolved SARS following nationwide protests.

More to follow.

The Lagos State Government on Tuesday announced the setting up of a N200 million fund to compensate families of victims of Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) killings.

Lagos State governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu announced this while addressing the EndSARS protesters at the Lagos House of Assembly gate, Alausa, Ikeja.

The compensation fund will be completely supervised by Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) appointed by members of the public.

Sanwo-Olu called on the protesers to send the list of everyone that had fatal encounters with SARS in Lagos.

He said that government would identify the families and ensure that they were compensated.

The governor said that he fully identified with the EndSARS struggle, knowing that many youth had been battered, and he felt their pain.

He said that in fulfilment of one of the requests made by the protesters, all those arrested had been released without any condition.

Sanwo-Olu further promised to convey the requests of the protesters to President Muhammadu Buhari, some of which are increment in police salary, as well as Justice for those killed by the Police.

Recall that the governor, on Monday, addressed some of the protesters at the Lekki Toll Gate where he expressed solidarity with them.

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