- A Nigerian man has gained the attention of people on social media after he joined the End SARS protest in Port Harcourt
- The man identified as DJ Kaka was already stereotyped by many people who saw his photos due to his strange appearance till he narrated his story
- Kaka said that his twin brother was killed by SARS men with his car taken away and that he was imprisoned for over four years
On October 13, 2020, youths in Port Harcourt, Rivers state, trooped out in their numbers to join the End SARS protest that has been happening all across the nation.
At the protest, a young man’s countenance was quite noticeable seeing as his appearance made him stand out from the rest. Photos and videos of him from the protest made the rounds on social media and people already arrived at their conclusions about it.
It was later discovered that the young man, identified as DJ Kaka, had been a victim of the SARS men and also lost his twin brother to them.
In a tweet shared by Tammy Halliday, it was explained that DJ Kaka schooled in Ghana and that SARS men killed his twin brother and made him spend 54 months in prison. It was said that he was almost killed too.
See the post below:
Another video also made the rounds of DJ Kaka corroborating Tammy’s claim. He added that he did not like SARS men and added that he came all the way from Ghana to join the protest in Port Harcourt.
“My name is End SARS boy, I don’t love them. I schooled in Ghana, but when I came back on January 25th, SARS had the guts to kill my brother and took his car. I don’t love SARS, I don’t love them. We need the MOPOL, we need the police, and we don’t need criminals like them. IPhone is not a crime. I’m from Ikwerre, all my body there is tattoo and I’m a DJ but no job. So I’m just here to end SARS. That’s why I came all the way from Ghana to end Port Harcourt SARS. I’m crazy but I’m gentle.”
See the video below:
See another video of DJ Kaka at the protest:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian man proceeded from his court wedding to join the End SARS protest in Lagos.
The unnamed man was still dressed in his wedding suit as he joined Lagosians to protest for an end to police brutality and SARS.
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