- Veteran Nollywood actor, Richard Mofe-Damijo, has reacted to the ongoing End SARS protests in Nigeria
- The film star shared a heartfelt message with the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Adamu
- RMD wants the IGP to walk the talk with integrity and dignity
Veteran Nollywood actor, Richard Mofe-Damijo, has lent his voice to the ongoing End SARS protests rocking the nation and he penned down a poem for the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu.
The film star shared a photo collage of himself dressed in a police uniform alongside a photo of the IGP.
In the caption of the post, RMD spoke on the things he would have done differently if he was indeed the IG of Police.
According to the thespian, if he was the IGP, he would have taken a solemn moment and also made a public statement.
RMD stated that he would apologise to the youths who were still alive and eulogise those who had lost their lives.
He went on to add that he would start reform and inform the public about it. He said he would strive to end police brutality and bring all the guilty officers to book.
The actor continued that he would not have been in a hurry to rename SARS and that it was an opportunity for the IGP to walk the talk with integrity and dignity.
See his post below:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that billionaire daughter, DJ Cuppy, made sure to join the EndSARS protest from home after many attempts to be physically part of the movement.
The young lady took to her social media page to share a video of her standing in the rain and holding a placard preaching against police brutality and SARS.
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