Youths calling for a total reform of the Nigerian Police Force, have launched an online radio “soro soke”, to aid effective communication.
The recently launched radio station is expected to give updates and all-round information on protest across the country.
The Twitter handle of the station, @Sorosoke247, reads, “24/7 update on all things protest. We are for a better nation powered by value for life and good governance.”
“Soro soke” is a Yoruba phrase, that means speak up.
However, the launch of the online radio has received applauds from the majority of Nigerians.
A Twitter user @Krysty_Ann, commended the youth for their outstanding innovation, using minimum resources.
In her words,
“So proud to be a Nigerian AT LAST… Soro soke radio has been launched, no fuss, no grammar … Yet, someone needs millions to revamp NTA…Anyways, tune in to Soro Soke radio”.
@Alexander_d_Don tweeted, “#EndSARS Launches Online radio station. Soro soke radio station. Look at my generation making things happen at ease. I Love this New Nigeria”.
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