- Femi Kuti has called for a peaceful protest against police brutality
- The singer noted that if Nigerians do not raise their voices injustice would swallow us
- Kuti explained that he would attend if Nigerians decide to do a peaceful protest
Femi Kuti, the son of legendary Afrobeat musician Fela-Anikulapo, has taken to social media to share his thoughts on police brutality. The singer had noted that he would love a peaceful protest.
The singer, who is the eldest son of the legendary musician, explained that Nigerians ought to raise a voice against the injustice of police brutality.
In a tweet, the afrobeat singer stated that the injustice will swallow Nigerians if we do not raise our voices against it.
According to the singer, if Nigerians decide to do a peaceful protest against police brutality, he would attend.
He wrote: "I’m over 50, but I think we should all raise over voices against injustice or it will swallow us all eventually . A peaceful protest organized very well count me in."
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The singer had shared his thoughts in reply to a post shared by a Twitter user, Dapo Tuburna, who stated that he would like Nigerians from 18 to 50 years to do a long walk protest.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Singer Reekado Banks had recounted his experience in the hands of Special Anti-Robbery Squad officials. He noted that he escaped assault because one of them recognised him.
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