#EndSARS protesters who have been out on the streets for over a week, agitating for the total reformation of the Nigeria Police Force, have launched an online radio station.
The station is named “Soro Soke”. Soro Soke is a Yoruba term which means “Speak up”. The term has gained popularity during the protests. Protesters have used it to demand clearer messages from political office holders.
The station is currently playing songs that align with the theme of the protest against police brutality.
The protest, which started as a movement against the excesses of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), have continued despite the dissolution of the notorious unit by the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu.
The protesters’ demands have graduated to total reformation of the police force, prosecution of operatives guilty of rights violations and extra-judicial killings, and improved welfare for police officers.