End SARS: Man joins protest after his court wedding in Lagos (photos)

End SARS: Man joins protest after his court wedding in Lagos (photos)

- A young Nigerian man has caused a buzz on social media after he decided to join the youths in their fight for an end to SARS

- The unnamed young man was not discouraged that the End SARS protest took place on the day of his court wedding

- After tying the knot, the groom took to the streets in his suit to join the End SARS protest

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Photos of a young groom have made the rounds on social media and have gotten people talking after he decided to join the End SARS protest on his wedding day.

In a post shared on Twitter by one @DiranAbiola, he explained that the unnamed man joined the protest after tying the knot with his woman.

Diran shared photos of the man at his wedding and at the protest ground to match his claim.

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End SARS: Man joins protest after his court wedding in Lagos (photos)
A newly married man made sure to join the End SARS protest after his court wedding in Lagos. Photos: @DiranAbiola / Twitter.
Source: Twitter

In the snaps, the groom was spotted with a smile as he posed with his newly hitched wife at the marriage registry in Ikoyi, Lagos. Later in the day, the same man was seen at the protest in Lagos holding an End SARS placard. Interestingly, he was still dressed in his wedding suit.

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See the post below:

For the past few days, thousands of Nigerians all over the country trooped to the streets in protest as they clamoured for an end to be brought to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the police force. They also fought for an end to police brutality and extortion in the country.

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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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