Community will always be at the core of what we do.
That’s why we’ve made calling to Nigeria free with the MAJORITY app until Monday, October 26th, 2020.
We hope this helps our members with loved ones in Nigeria to stay connected to family and friends during these turbulent times.
To the rest of our Nigerian community, we want you to know that we stand with you in your condemnation of police brutality and fight for structural reform.
Besides unlimited, free calls to Nigeria, we’ve also compiled the following resources as a guide to help you support Nigerians in their fight for a safer Nigeria.
Not sure what’s going on in Nigeria? Get informed.
Here’s a guide that explains everything you need to know about #EndSARS and more.
Share the message
If you are living abroad, but still want to support loved ones in Nigeria, one thing you can do is spread the message.
for starters, you can share the five demands activists are calling for.
Here are also flyers to share the message in many different languages, including English, Yoruba, Pidgin, Bini, Hausa, Fulani, Tiv, Igbo, Uhrobo, and more.
Is there a language missing? You can help translate.
To help spread this important message around the globe, you can always post in social media using the hashtag #EndSARS.
Send or donate money
If you want to take your support beyond social media, you can also donate money to help protestors.
Donations go towards providing food and water to protestors, masks, medical assistance, and legal aid.
One reputable organization collecting donations is the Feminist Coalition. So far, they have raised over 77 million Naira.
“We have a vision for a Nigeria where equality for all people is a reality in our laws and everyday lives.”
If you have family or friends directly impacted by the events in Nigeria, you can also send money to them directly (MAJORITY members can actually send unlimited*, no-fee money transfers to Nigeria).
No matter how you choose to help, your support is important.
If you're still unsure how to help, take advantage of our free calling to Nigeria to check in on loved ones and ask them what’s the best way you can lend your support.
In the meantime, we will continue the close dialogue with our Nigerian community members as the situation develops and will do our utmost to further support their push for a safe Nigeria for all.
Not already a MAJORITY member? It's free to get started.
*Restrictions on amount transferred may apply.