At the candlelight protest held for the fallen at the hands of the members of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad [SARS] and other tactical units on October 16, 2020 in front of the Lagos State House of Assembly building, Alausa, a tall, dark-skinned lady walked into the crowded frontiers of the event with her friend, a shorter brown-skinned lady.

The tall lady wore denim jeans, a baseball hat, a pair of Adidas sneakers and a black shirt. On the front of that shirt were the boldly written words, ‘Soro Soke Werey.’ Beneath those words was a clenched fist, designed with white ink. Minutes after the lady came in, she lit her candle and protected the flames with an improvised half of a plastic bottle.