Oby Ezekwesili, a former presidential aspirant, has expressed joy over the launching of an online radio station, known as Radio Soro Soke, by End SARS protesters.
Youths protesting against police brutality in the country and demanding a total overhaul of the police launched the online radio station at the weekend.
The channel is expected to provide the coordination of End SARS protests nationwide through effective and timely communication.
Reacting to the development, Ezekwesili, a former Minister of Education, tweeted “I heard our innovative young ones of the End SARS protests have just launched an online radio station? Wow! These ones na real. Generation!
“#GenerationIncredibles. Now I can relate to the kind of Joy that made Baby John leap in the womb of Elizabeth in Luke1v41
“The Online Radio Station of our young End SARS protesters is called Soro SokeSee it here: https://t.co/qsZynIsd24.
“It means, speak up. Don’t be muttering like a witch. In Igbo language, we say: ‘Kwuputa Okwu. Kwusie Okwu Ike.’ Abeg, Soro Soke o.#EndSARS.”