Twelve days after the protest started, the movement has not lost steam. The campaigners have already established a helpl

Twelve days after the protest started, the movement has not lost steam. The campaigners have already established a helpline to provide needs to their members nationwide.⁣
According to the protesters, the helpline is 01 700 1755.⁣
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For the users, these are the prompt numbers: Press 1 for medical. Press 2 for legal. Press 3 for food and supplies. Press 4, 5, or 6 for mental health emergencies.⁣
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Also, they said Nigerians willing to donate blood for injured victims of police brutality during these protests should go to Maryland Mall by lifeBankCares.⁣
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On his part, Human rights lawyer, Shehu Sani said the time to beg the protesting youths to call off the street action is rather late saying, “when the youths were pleading, they were not listening; now they are pleading and the youths are not listening.”⁣
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Also, the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) has put out a telephone number for anyone whose ward; the relation is being held in police detention unlawfully.⁣
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It said: “The number is only for Whatapp and text messaging only. It gave the number like 0706 210 8806 saying lawyers are available to take on people’s human rights cases pro bono.”⁣
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The protesters have provided ambulances in for their members in Unity fountain, Abuja, Kaduna, Minna city gate, Tombia roundabout, Yenagoa, IBB square, Makurdi, government house, Port Harcourt, OAU campus, Ile Ife, Osun state, Panseke and Sango Ota in Ogun state. In Lagos, ambulances have been provided in Mushin, Shomolu, Ikotun, babalegba bus stop, Lekki tollgate, National stadium and Egbeda.⁣
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Already, they have warned there will be a total lockdown tomorrow if the government fails to come up with a⁣
concrete resolution.⁣
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For more, visit www.guardian.ng.⁣
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Twelve days after the #EndSARS protest started, the movement has not lost steam. The campaigners have already established a helpline to provide needs to their members nationwide.⁣
According to the protesters, the helpline is 01 700 1755.⁣

For the users, these are the prompt numbers: Press 1 for medical. Press 2 for legal. Press 3 for food and supplies. Press 4, 5, or 6 for mental health emergencies.⁣

Also, they said Nigerians willing to donate blood for injured victims of police brutality during these #EndSars protests should go to Maryland Mall by lifeBankCares.⁣

On his part, Human rights lawyer, Shehu Sani said the time to beg the protesting youths to call off the street action is rather late saying, “when the youths were pleading, they were not listening; now they are pleading and the youths are not listening.”⁣

Also, the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) has put out a telephone number for anyone whose ward; the relation is being held in police detention unlawfully.⁣

It said: “The number is only for Whatapp and text messaging only. It gave the number like 0706 210 8806 saying lawyers are available to take on people’s human rights cases pro bono.”⁣

The protesters have provided ambulances in for their members in Unity fountain, Abuja, Kaduna, Minna city gate, Tombia roundabout, Yenagoa, IBB square, Makurdi, government house, Port Harcourt, OAU campus, Ile Ife, Osun state, Panseke and Sango Ota in Ogun state. In Lagos, ambulances have been provided in Mushin, Shomolu, Ikotun, babalegba bus stop, Lekki tollgate, National stadium and Egbeda.⁣

Already, they have warned there will be a total lockdown tomorrow if the government fails to come up with a⁣
concrete resolution.⁣

For more, visit www.guardian.ng.⁣

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