- Singer Wizkid has been very vocal amid the ongoing protest against police brutality in the country
- The music star in a recent tweet also stressed the importance of voting in the right leaders during the next general elections
- Wizkid’s post garnered different reactions from his followers on social media
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Popular Nigerian singer Ayodeji Balogun has been among celebrities in the country who have used their respective social media platforms to speak against police brutality in the country and the disbandment of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).
The singer who was at a protest which held in the United Kingdom on Sunday, October 11, dropped a word of advice for Nigerian youths on social media shortly after the end of the protest.
According to Wizkid, there is a need for youths in the country to show their real power during the next general elections in the country.
"Next election we show real power."
The tweet was also accompanied by a unique hashtag against police brutality in the country.
Within hours of posting, Wizkid’s tweet garnered over 100,000 likes and, over 5,000 retweets and more than 3,000 comments from his followers on the social media platform.
Check out his tweet below:
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Followers in the comment section had mixed reactions to his post. While some were in support of his declaration, others were quick to note that election requires more than speaking up on social media.
Read tweets below:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Wizkid expressed satisfaction over the disbandment of Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).
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Mohammed Adamu, the inspector general of police, on Sunday, October 11, had bowed to pressure from Nigerians who took to the streets to demand the disbandment of the police unit.
During the EndSARS protest in London, Wizkid advised Nigerians to shun anyone who says they do not have a voice.
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