By Nick Westoll | Globalnews.ca
With thousands of residents across Nigeria demonstrating against police brutality and the widely condemned Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) over the past few weeks, expats and community members who live in Canada are rallying to support friends and loved ones who are protesting overseas.
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By CBC News
The Nigerian community in Toronto is watching with growing worry and anger as violent clashes between police and protesters continue to escalate in Africa’s most populous nation.
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By Jim Moodie | Sudbury Star
When the recent high school grad began exploring funding options to attend Laurentian University, however, it “felt like there was this big, huge wall,” she said. That’s because Adeoti hails from Nigeria and, despite having lived in Canada for three years, has not yet secured permanent residency.
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bY John Vigah | GhanaWeb
When he stepped on Canadian soils as far back as February 1987, it never crossed his mind that a few years later, he was going to lead Ghanaians in that gorgeously beautiful country – situated at the northern part of North America.
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