We fought for All Africans!

photo credit eiseke bolaji

The majority of myths and folktales are about immortalized characters. Stories about men and women who go above and beyond.

We (young people) stood on the cutting edge of advanced technology and social media power a year ago, the 20th of October 2020, to speak words into power. #endsars

We did, in fact, find ourselves needing to advocate for justice and equity. And for more equitable distribution in terms of the future of Africa’s youth.
Africans, you are correct!

We weren’t fighting solely for Nigerians. We were fighting for Africa. We were taking a stand to mobilize efforts and generate widespread support for every African child’s future.

We were well aware that it would cost lives, property, and other resources, but we knew it was achievable and that whatever was lost would be worth it.

Technology was quite beneficial to us, and we were able to accomplish more as a result of it. We hustled and used the power of social media to run on steroids. We gave it our all, we were shot, but we will only live to do more.

All of our fallen heroes are a signature of our life, written on the templates of our hearts and engraved until the end of time.
We’ll remember!

My most special Art!

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Ogunranti Adebayo Moses

Ogunranti Adebayo Moses

I’m Moses. And I admire people and communities. Aside from the everyday startup development, writing is how I help more people.