Amid the EndSars protests rallies by some youths, some International bodies and celebrities as reacted to the happenings in the country.
Foreign Newspaper, The Washington Post, is an American daily newspaper published in Washington, D.C. It is the most-widely circulated newspaper within the Washington metropolitan area, and has a large national audience. In a recent publication it made on EndSars, it talked about how some politicians are reportedly trying to stop the EndSars protests and how Africa leaders haven't talked much about it either. They captioned the news flash " Nigeria's useless politicians are trying to crush #EndSARS. Africa's leaders are silent.
While some thinks this publication is a huge disgrace to Nigeria, some thinks it's merely the truth and that the truth is had to believe sometimes. See some reactions below;
What's your take on this? Do we really have some useless politicians? and why are Africa's leaders silent on EndSars.
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