زمان مطالعه: < 1 دقیقهBravo Brand in Nigeria
A group of Nigerian students in 2015 protested a bill sponsored by Sen. Nelson Mandela, who was impeached in 1963 for advocating an end to the South African apartheid regime. Their protest was disrupted by what appeared to be a group of U.S. military vehicles parked in the jungle known as “The Big Door.”
More than a decade later, it appears that a new political party appears afoot in Lagos, the first indigenous leader in Nigeria to sign on. Sen. Mandela may not have a direct connection to the protests and his presidency didn’t start out a progressive idea. Yet in some way, the movement is emblematic of the current political revolution by the youth, as evidenced by new faces on campuses around the country including students from the African National Congress.
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“We have been calling for social change in every way we can,” a student named “Gogo Dango” said in an interview. “Now, we are finally getting some.”
Dango believes the movement is a result of the political upheaval under the leadership of Sen. Nelson Mandela. https://jiji.ng/brand/bravo
“We’re trying to take the people back from the apartheid regime, and we’re not going to let them go,” she said. “Instead, they need a political party or government that will recognize and respect their rights.”
With his supporters, the senator had previously told the media not to speak to outsiders because he was “