End SARS: Wizkid’s sons Zion and Tife praise singer for joining protest in London

End SARS: Wizkid’s sons Zion and Tife praise singer for joining protest in London

- Nigerian singer, Wizkid Ayo Balogun, has made his children proud over his efforts during the End SARS protest

- The music star addressed a crowd of angry Nigerians as he joined the protest in London

- Two of the singer’s sons took to their social media pages to praise him

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Top Nigerian singer, Wizkid, recently joined the End SARS protest that was held in London and his sons are obviously proud of him.

In a post shared on two of his son’s social media pages, the singer was praised for lending his voice to the End SARS cause.

A fan page dedicated to the singer’s youngest son, Zion, shared a photo of Wizkid at the protest in London holding a placard as he stood in solidarity with other Nigerians who were against the SARS unit.

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End SARS: Wizkid’s sons Zion and Tife praise singer for joining protest in London
Wizkid’s sons Zion and Tife praise him for joining EndSARS protest. Photos: @zionayo, @official_tifebalogun / IG.
Source: Instagram

The singer’s first son, Tife, also shared a powerful photo and video of Wizkid at the protest. The post was also accompanied with a caption explaining how proud he was of his father’s actions.

The post reads:

“Go Daddy, That’s my Daddy. My Papa, My Hero.
So proud of you and all that you do Dad.
Steady setting the pace so high and being an inspiration to me and everyone all around the world. We appreciate you and all that you do in public and especially in private. I pray that God keeps guiding and blessing you with the wisdom to be and do even more great things.
Love you forever Dad.”

See the post below:

Nice one.

In other news, Legit.ng reported that top Nigerian singer, Burna Boy, finally opened up on why he did not react to the End SARS protest during its early stages.

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According to the Twice As Tall star, he was going through very personal family problems when the protests first started. Burna opened up about his mother having undergone a surgery around the inception of the nationwide protest.

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