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Industrie Africa is our very own indigenous fashion retail hub that cuts a cross many African countries

The brand took to Instagram with a message to express their stance towards the END SARS movement.

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As peaceful protests against police violence, brutality and profiling in Nigeria continue, we’re lending our voice of support to all those who have taken to the streets to demand real change and the abolition of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). As a platform with the mission of redefining the narrative around mainstream African culture and fashion, we understand that authentic creativity can only flourish within a free society, and though Nigerian President Buhari dissolved SARS on Sunday, these issues still remain. Living in fear of this power can only stifle freedom of expression, and in our quest to become a valued tool for the African fashion industry, we’d like to echo the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. who famously once said that “no one is free until we are all free.” With that in mind, we urge you to join us in calling for an end to police brutality in Nigeria. Visit @amnesty now to sign the petition, or visit the link in our bio. #endsars. 📸: @kelechiamadiobi, @yagazieemezi, @denolagrey, @levithegrapher

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Asides from this retail hub, other fashion entrepreneurs and creatives were very much seen at the frontline of the physical rallies


Fashion photojournalist  Kelechi Amadi Obi

was out capturing street action

and uniquely, one of  Nigerian  photojournalist Yagazie Emezi


who then went from the front of the lens to behind the lens


Denola Grey was also spotted standing in solidarity with front line protesters


And capturing real life stories