Falz calls for protest as he reacts to the murders of Tina Ezekwe and Vera Omozuwa

Falz calls for protest as he reacts to the murders of Tina Ezekwe and Vera Omozuwa

- Falz recently joined many voices on social media to condemn the recent killings of Tina Ezekwe and Vera Omozuwa

- In his recent tweets, he expressed sadness over their murders and demanded that justice be served

- The Nigerian rapper also called for a protest, as according to him, the social media outrage wasn't enough

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Following the unjust killing of a 16-year-old girl and the brutal rape and murder of a UniBen student Vera Omozuwa inside a church, Nigerian musician Falz has joined several other Nigerians to condemn the murders.

In a recent tweet, he stated that injustice has continued to thrive in the country, adding that enough was enough as he demanded justices for the innocent victims.

He wrote: "It’s so exhausting to see injustice continue to thrive time after time. Every time we say NOT AGAIN, and then there is a new story. Enough is enough. It’s too disheartening. Justice must be served for the innocent souls we keep on losing. #JusticeForTina #JusticeForUwa"

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In another post, he called for a protest, stating that it is not enough that people react on social media, from their homes as justice needs to be served.

His message reads: "It is important that we are fearless and we are ready to challenge the government through peaceful protests. It’s not enough to sit in our houses and post on socials. Justice must be served #JusticeForUwa #JusticeForTina."

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Meanwhile, Genevieve Nnaji has also reacted to the recent killings of the two young Nigerian women.

The talented Nollywood actress and filmmaker took to her Twitter account to speak on the issue, expressing that men either abuse their powers or have the power to abuse as women live in constant fear of them.

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She wrote: "They either abuse their power, or have the power to abuse. In or out of uniform, we live in constant fear of men. Tina Ezekwe. Vera Omozuwa. Rest In Peace my darlings. We will get justice."

Also, popular singer, Slimcase, has taken to social media to apologize to Nigerians after he received backlash for a comment he made about the death of Tina Ezekwe which many people considered as insensitive.

Recall earlier that Legit.ng reported how the singer in a response to a follower who accused him of focusing on the death of George Floyd in the US, stated that the death of Tina was made for local TV stations to carry.

Following the backlash he received, the singer once again apologized to Nigerians. In a recent video shared, he pleaded for forgiveness from Nigerians. He wrote: "I am just knowing about the little girl cus I hardly check posts I am so so sorry I never meant it that way so sorry I apologize."

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