- Popular Nigerian artist Naira Marley says his mother stopped him from participating in the ongoing EndSARS protest
- In an Instagram live, the Opotoyi crooner says he intended to take to the streets to support the campaign against police brutality, but his mother stopped him from doing so
- According to Naira Marley, his mother said there was nothing wrong in protesting on the streets, but things could go wrong with the protest
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Popular Nigerian artiste Naira Marley has disclosed that he intended joining the ongoing EndSARS protest but his mother stopped him from doing so.
The Soapy crooner took to Instagram live to make the disclosure, saying his mother told him that there was nothing wrong in protesting but things could go wrong with the protest.
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The protest has gained popularity across the country and beyond as Nigerians demand disbandment of Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).
Nigerians took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts after it was shared on Instagram by Media Gist.
Instagram user with the handle @sleekysleekypee wrote:
"Oga you are a joker!Everybody's mother holds them back,who would fight for the freedom of the common man..Oga hide your face"
Another user with the handle @frank.arizona commented:
"A whole Marlian president still dey listen to him mama, una marlian come dey do strong head."
"Baba short up na chicken_lord you be."
In other news, a video of a policeman has surfaced on social media in which the officer could be seen threatening to shoot any Nigerian that comes his way amid the ongoing EndSARS protest.
The unidentified officer boasted that he has 30 bullets in his AK-47 rifle, adding that he will waste 29 bullets on anyone that comes his way and use the remaining one bullet to kill himself.
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