Activist Deji Adeyanju attacks Naira Marley for cancelling End SARS protest

Activist Deji Adeyanju attacks Naira Marley for cancelling End SARS protest

- Nigerian activist, Deji Adeyanju, recently made his thoughts known about popular singer, Naira Marley

- According to the freedom fighter, the music star is a coward for calling off his planned End Sars protest

- Adeyanju said he was not surprised at all and that only Nigerians can save themselves

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Popular Nigerian activist, Deji Adeyanju, recently took to social media via his Twitter page to express his displeasure at top Nigerian music star, Naira Marley.

Adeyanju was not pleased that the Soapy crooner called off his organised End SARS protest that was slated to take place on October 6, 2020.

The activist described the musician as a coward for calling off the march, as he noted that he was not surprised at all. According to Adeyanju, only Nigerians can save themselves.

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Activist Deji Adeyanju calls Naira Marley a coward for canceling End SARS protest

Activist Deji Adeyanju calls Naira Marley a coward. Photos: @dejiadeyanju, @nairamarley /IG.
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In his words:

“Naira Marley the coward cancels #EndSARS Lagos protest. Not surprised at all. Only Nigerians can save themselves."

See his tweet below:

The Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) had become a menace in the society as there had been several reports of their men killing Nigerians unprovoked and also extorting them.

This led to people calling for them to be disbanded so as to put an end to the senseless killings. A number of Nigerian celebs also took to social media to lend their voice to the call and even proposed peaceful protests.

Just recently, Legit.ng reported that a number of youths expressed disappointment after Naira Marley called off the End SARS protest.

The controversial rap star made the announcement that the protest will not be going on as planned due to new assurances by the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu.

According to the rapper, if changes that have been promised within the police force are not effected within the week, the protest will go on as planned the following week.

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Unfortunately, Naira Marley's announcement was received with a lot of disappointment from youths hoping to take to the streets and register their reservations against activities of SARS operatives.

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