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PORT HARCOURT boys trend on Twitter as they communicate in coded words


It's endSars in the mouth of many Nigerians from all walks of life as they have garnered support from each other and protested against the vices in the country particularly from the SARS security outfit.

The SARS unit which is supposed to be a team combating Robbery and other hard vices have been getting away with their actions against innocent Nigerians and the citizens believe they can't take it anymore.

There have been many ups and down of the protests across the country with well-wishers donating goods and services to the cause. Lawyers have been offering legal services to free detained protesters and some medical practitioners have been seen offering medical help to protesters.


In Rivers state, the state government had warned Protesters on Monday not to involve themselves in any act of protests the following day which was Teusday due to the fact that the IGP had disbanded the unit.

You'll be amazed to know that the people of Port Harcourt which is known as a wild city graced the streets and protested in their numbers and Wike gave in to pressure and addressed them.

Wike addressing the protesters


The city was filled with people and some had to travel into the town just to show solidarity after Wike's previous statement on Monday.

What amazed poeple was their Twitter connect where protesters in the state were given updates regarding the actions.

The choice of words used were only understood by them and few other people and Nigerians couldn't help but make it trend. 

Below are some of the tweets regarding Port Harcourt Twitter protest.


















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