Rapper, Yung6ix who is currently in Los angeles, US has taken it upon himself to lead Nigerians during a peaceful protest against police brutality. The rapper and a few other Nigerians took to the streets of l. a. on Friday October 9, to protest against police brutality and demanded the disbandment of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) in the country.
The rapper, who was joined by a couple of friends for the peaceful demonstration promised to lead another protest next week if the situation in the country doesn’t change.
Taking to his Intagram page the rapper wrote;
Took to the streets of los angeles yesterday, if the situation doesn’t Change we will march the streets of los angeles again next week. We must be a part of the change we wish to see in our economy #endsars #stoppolicebrutality #blm 🇳🇬
Anthony Joshua joins #EndSARS protest , commends protesters
Nigerian-British professional boxer, Anthony Joshua has joined #EndSARS protest ,he took to his Twitter to recommend the protesters, for their relentless effort in ensuring that police brutality is brought to an end.
The two-time unified heavyweight champion, took to his official Twitter account to commend the protesters for being patriotic, adding that he’s praying for his father land.
Anthony Joshua Commends
“Well done to all the Nigerians who have been protesting against SARS – those who made donations to fund organisations lobbying against it – those who have recently been informed & took time to educate themselves. Those with power to make change. Praying for Nigeria.”
Well done to all the Nigerians who have been protesting against SARS – those who made donations to fund organisations lobbying against it – those who have recently been informed & took time to educate themselves.
Recall that, Nigerians have continued the EndSARS protest in different parts of the country, despite the announced disbandment of SARS by the Inspector General of Police.
The new trend, #SARSMUSTEND has begin to gain momentum with protesters in various states carrying their placards and raising their voices to ensure there’s an end to extrajudicial killings, intimidation and harassment of citizens, by the Special Anti-Robbery Squad.
International Rapper Drake joins the #EndSARS campaign
Canadian Rapper , Drake may have just joined the #EndSars movement, because the Rapper shared a screenshot of the movement on his Instagram story.
Grace Ladoja had taken to her Instagram to share a schedule for an End Sars protest happening in London today, captioning the post:
“Tomorrow we stand with our sisters and brother in Nigeria, there is a protest in London at 12pm to #EndSARS and stop police brutality against the youth in Nigeria including these senseless murders.”
“The ask of for police reform and the the leaders acknowledge what is happening in the Nigeria and make changes NOW. i like everyone been stopped countless times by SARS, extorted for money and threatened with arrest.”
“It’s not fair and needs to stop. we need to show our support even from, it’s going to be a long journey but social media is powerful so let’s keep raising awareness. Enough is enough. Swipe to learn more and please share. Source @missbakare #endsarznow #endpolicebrutality”