- Nigerian singer, Small Doctor, has joined the fight against police brutality
- The music star took to his social media page to call for another protest especially for people in Agege and its environs
- The Penalty crooner said the people will never stop until their voices are heard and police brutality ends
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A number of Nigerian celebrities recently pulled their weight as they called on citizens of the country to join them on a peaceful protest against police brutality. Popular singer, Small Doctor, recently made his voice heard for the cause too.
The Penalty crooner called for another peaceful protest which would start in Agege, Lagos state, after the viral one that was held on October 8, 2020.
The musician stated their demands which included an end to police brutality. According to him, the people are not going to stop until their voices are heard and their demands met.
“Another Peaceful Protest Tomorrow [Friday 9th Oct]Agege Lagos Mainland, I’m Coming Out With Me,Myself & I.
Our Demand is Straightforward, End Police Brutality We’ll Never Stop Until Our Voice Is Heard”
See his tweet below:
In another post, the singer announced that the take-off point was Agege, Pen Cinema and that they would leave early in the morning. He also implored fans to wear their face masks.
See post below:
Small addressed the crowd:
Many Nigerians were surprised by the mammoth crowd Small Doctor pulled and they took to Twitter to share their thought about it:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian comedian, Mr Macaroni, lent his voice to the End SARS protest, to the joy of fans on social media.
The funnyman joined a host of others on the field and he also addressed Lagos state government officials during the march to their office.
While speaking to the chief of staff, the comedian explained how it was not too much for citizens to make demands from the people they elected into office. He recounted how he once protested during xenophobia attacks and they were told to bring a letter which they eventually did and nothing was done.
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