Nigerians based in South Africa marched to parliament in Cape Town to join the #EndSARS protests in solidarity with Nigerian youths who are protesting against police brutality and the controversial, now disbanded, Special Anti-Robbery Squad. Picture: Esa Alexander
Nigerians based in South Africa marched to parliament in Cape Town to join the #EndSARS protests in solidarity with Nigerian youths who are protesting against police brutality and the controversial, now disbanded, Special Anti-Robbery Squad. Picture: Esa Alexander
Nigerians based in South Africa marched to parliament in Cape Town to join the #EndSARS protests in solidarity with Nigerian youths who are protesting against police brutality and the controversial, now disbanded, Special Anti-Robbery Squad. Picture: Esa Alexander
Nigerians based in South Africa marched to parliament in Cape Town to join the #EndSARS protests in solidarity with Nigerian youths who are protesting against police brutality and the controversial, now disbanded, Special Anti-Robbery Squad. Picture: Esa Alexander
Nigerians based in South Africa marched to parliament in Cape Town to join the #EndSARS protests in solidarity with Nigerian youths who are protesting against police brutality and the controversial, now disbanded, Special Anti-Robbery Squad. Picture: Esa Alexander
Nigerians based in South Africa marched to parliament in Cape Town to join the #EndSARS protests in solidarity with Nigerian youths who are protesting against police brutality and the controversial, now disbanded, Special Anti-Robbery Squad. Picture: Esa Alexander
Nigerians based in South Africa marched to parliament in Cape Town to join the #EndSARS protests in solidarity with Nigerian youths who are protesting against police brutality and the controversial, now disbanded, Special Anti-Robbery Squad. Picture: Esa Alexander
Nigerians based in South Africa marched to parliament in Cape Town to join the #EndSARS protests in solidarity with Nigerian youths who are protesting against police brutality and the controversial, now disbanded, Special Anti-Robbery Squad. Picture: Esa Alexander
Nigerians based in South Africa marched to parliament in Cape Town to join the #EndSARS protests in solidarity with Nigerian youths who are protesting against police brutality and the controversial, now disbanded, Special Anti-Robbery Squad. Picture: Esa Alexander
Nigerians based in South Africa marched to parliament in Cape Town to join the #EndSARS protests in solidarity with Nigerian youths who are protesting against police brutality and the controversial, now disbanded, Special Anti-Robbery Squad. Picture: Esa Alexander
Nigerians based in South Africa marched to parliament in Cape Town to join the #EndSARS protests in solidarity with Nigerian youths who are protesting against police brutality and the controversial, now disbanded, Special Anti-Robbery Squad. Picture: Esa Alexander
Nigerians based in South Africa marched to parliament in Cape Town to join the #EndSARS protests in solidarity with Nigerian youths who are protesting against police brutality and the controversial, now disbanded, Special Anti-Robbery Squad. Picture: Esa Alexander
Nigerians based in South Africa marched to parliament in Cape Town to join the #EndSARS protests in solidarity with Nigerian youths who are protesting against police brutality and the controversial, now disbanded, Special Anti-Robbery Squad. Picture: Esa Alexander
Nigerians based in South Africa marched to parliament in Cape Town to join the #EndSARS protests in solidarity with Nigerian youths who are protesting against police brutality and the controversial, now disbanded, Special Anti-Robbery Squad. Picture: Esa Alexander
Nigerians based in South Africa marched to parliament in Cape Town to join the #EndSARS protests in solidarity with Nigerian youths who are protesting against police brutality and the controversial, now disbanded, Special Anti-Robbery Squad. Picture: Esa Alexander
Nigerians based in South Africa marched to parliament in Cape Town to join the #EndSARS protests in solidarity with Nigerian youths who are protesting against police brutality and the controversial, now disbanded, Special Anti-Robbery Squad. Picture: Esa Alexander

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