On October 23, 2020, Patrick Egwu’s article “Nigeria’s Catholic leaders call for an end to crackdown on #EndSARS protestors” in America quotes Rev. Aniedi Okure, AFJN Executive Director. In the article Rev. Okure says ““This protest is long overdue because the people have endured to a breaking point,” said Aniedi Okure, O.P., the executive director of the African Faith and Justice Network, a Catholic nonprofit based in Washington. “Nigerians have been very restrained with all the atrocities committed by the police over the years.” Read the full article here: https://www.americamagazine.org/politics-society/2020/10/23/nigeria-sars-protests-shooting-catholic-lagos.
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