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Police Brutality in Nigeria: A Community Conversation

In #Abuja? Join us @eCove Abuja for a Special Community Event looking at the growing menace of #PoliceBrutality in Nigeria.

About this Event

The event will feature a screening of a documentary on #PoliceBrutality, where victims share their experiences. It will also feature a panel conversation with representative from the Police, activist community and a Victim of Police Brutality.

The #EndSARS Campaign continue to highlight the impact of increasing harassments and abuse of human rights by the Nigerian Police. This event seeks to highlight the impact of this problem and seek to explore possible policy solutions.

Join us for an evening of community conversation. With the closing civic space in Nigeria, there is no better time to have this converstion and engagment the law enforcement community on the need to adhere to the provisions of human rights and respect for the Constitution.

Join the Conversation

This event is brought to you through a partnership ofeCove by CitizenCommons and CivicHive by BudgIT and sponsored by the OpenGovHub.

Date And Time

Thu, December 19, 2019

4:30 PM – 8:00 PM



4 Sefado Close (Unit 7) off Ademola Adetokunbo Crescent

Behind Amigos/4U Superstores, Wuse II

Abuja, FCT 234009

ECove By CitizenCommons

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