EndSARS: Actor Williams Uchemba supports Jimoh Isiaka's family with N1m

EndSARS: Actor Williams Uchemba supports Jimoh Isiaka's family with N1m

- Actor Williams Uchemba recently took to his Instagram page to ask for help as regards the contact of Jimoh Isiaka's family

- Williams later shared the news that he supported the grieving family with the sum of N1 million

- The actor stated that the least people can do is to take care of them

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Nollywood actor Williams Uchemba has reached out to the family of the first victim of the EndSARS protest at Ogbomoso, Oyo state.

Jimoh Isiaka was hit by a bullet during one of the protests in the state and it has got the attention of many Nigerians especially as his parents are elderly.

Taking to his official Instagram page, Williams stated that he got the contact of Jimoh's father and he gave him the sum of N1 million.

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Actor Williams Uchemba
Actor Williams Uchemba donates N1m to Jimoh Isiaka's family. Photo: Instagram/ @williamsuchemba
Source: Instagram

The actor stated that he knows that money cannot bring back the dead, however, it is important that they are supported in any way that will ease their pain.

He said:

"He can’t get his son back the least we can do is take care of them."

The actor becomes the second celebrity to give to the family of Jimoh Isiaka. It was reported that male barbie Bobrisky sent the sum of N1 million to the grieving family a few days ago.

According to the crossdresser, they cannot lose their son and also remain broke.

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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Burna Boy condemned the N50,000/N60,000 salary of some policemen.

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According to Burna, there is no reason why a sergeant should be earning as little as N50-N60k on a monthly basis without any benefits included.

The singer noted that such development does not help fight of youths who are currently protesting.

Burna's tweet, however, generated mixed reactions from his followers. Many were quick to note that the poor salary of police officers should be no justification for their conducts.

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