The youth of Nigeria discovered their voice in 2020 with the rise of the Finish Sars protests towards police brutality.

Nicknamed the “Soro Soke” era – which implies “converse up” in Yoruba – they took to the streets throughout the nation for nearly two weeks, calling for change.

That ended abruptly on 20 October when the military opened fireplace on peaceable protesters in a rich suburb of Lagos.

The BBC’s Nigeria Correspondent Mayeni Jones investigates what occurred that night time and the local weather of concern that has adopted the shootings at Lekki toll gate.

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