For days now, the world has been watching and all eyes have been on Nigeria since the youths took to the streets of different states around the country to ask for the end of the Special Anti Robbery Squad, SARS, a unit of the Nigerian Police Force.
The youths have for years complained about brutal killings, extortion and harassment from the officers of SARS and till date nothing is said to be done about it.
Definitely pissed and tired of the whole scenario, the youths decided to go all out unto the streets to protest and as well they made good use of popular social network, Twitter.
The hashtag #EndSars and #EndSarsNow travelled far and wide as it went on to be the number one trending topic worldwide. This brought attention and the stories of what was happening in Nigeria reached CNN, BBC and other reputable news platforms.
This definitely would have been noticed by Chelsea players, Tammy Abraham, Fikayo Tomori and Antonio Rudiger.
These players took to their verified account on Twitter to air their voice to the ongoing crisis rocking the country.
See their tweets below:
These are the Chelsea who have aired their concerns over the End SARS protests currently going down around the country and set to hit the streets of London and America.