Rinu Oduala a 22 year old EndSARS protester has spoken of the challenges she has faced since she joined the movement. She said Nigeria’s government feels so threatened by her that her bank account was frozen.
She was among tens of thousands of young Nigerians, including many women, who made history with the protests that swept the country in October against police brutality.
Ms Oduala was one of the first to take to the streets after a video went viral of a man allegedly being killed by the notorious Special Anti-Robbery Squad (Sars), sparking what became known as the EndSars demonstrations.
She set up camp outside the Lagos governor’s office on 7 October, demanding the police unit be disbanded.
Now, Rinu has lamented why she can’t write her exams because she took part in the protest. Read her tweets below: