Black Star News Show interviews Omoyele Sowore about Nigeria’s #EndSARS Protests

Black Star News publisher Milton Allimadi, will interview Nigerian human rights activist Omoyele Sowore about the #EndSARS
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Tune in on Oct. 27, at 3PM, to the Black Star News Show, on WBAI 99.5 FM, when, host Black Star News publisher Milton Allimadi, will interview Nigerian human rights activist Omoyele Sowore about the #EndSARS protests against police brutality in Nigeria.

Sisters and Brothers, Please tune in on OCT. 27 to: BLACK STAR NEWS SHOW ON WBAI 99.5 FM New York and www.wbai.org

Today's show NIGERIA: #EndSARS or #EndBuhariRegime With Revolution?

OCT. 27, 2020 @ 3PM US Eastern Standard Time

Guest: Omoyele Sowore. Nigerian human rights activist, founder of www.Saharareporters.com news site with over 6 million monthly traffic & past presidential candidate in Nigeria.

He will walks us through how #EndSARS has grown into #EndBuhari-- a reference to the countries ailing and ineffective president.

Last year Sowore was arrested and detained for 144 days after he'd called for peaceful #RevolutionNOW protests.

Follow Twitter @YeleSowore Instagram Yelesho

Host: Milton Allimadi publisher of www.blackstarnews.com

Follow Twitter @allimadi Instagram miltonallimadi

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