- Singer Runtown has said that it is time to take action against SARS
- The singer recently called on Nigerian youths to join him on a protest against the anti-robbery squad
- Runtown revealed that the protest will happen on Thursday, October 8, at 10am, and they would take off from Lekki phase one
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Nigerians have taken to various social media pages to speak out against the brutality from the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) that have gone on for so long especially against youths.
Not even celebrities are spared as some of them shared their experiences. Some celebrities have now joined forces with citizens to lead a protest against the anti-robbery squad.
Singer Runtown is one of the celebrities who have declared his intentions to take action.
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Noting that it is time for citizens to take action, Runtown stated that he would be leading a protest to end SARS on Thursday, October 8, at 10 in the morning.
The singer said that the take-off point for the protest is Lekki phase one, toll gate.
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The singer said the brutalities of SARS against youths have gone long enough.
According to him, government authorities must listen to the youths and they must effect real and visible changes.
The Mad Over You singer noted that empty promises won't work this time.
Runtown urged Nigerians to come out peacefully and reach out to leaders beyond talking to or tweeting at them through social media.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that BBNaija's Laycon joined the EndSARS campaign.
The reality star and rapper took to his Instagram page with an old rap video which he recorded several months ago.
In the video, Laycon rapped about police brutality and condemned the actions of the bad eggs who are ruining the reputations of the upstanding officers.
The BBNaija star noted that it is indeed painful that citizens have been singing the same song against police brutality for years yet there has been no change.
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