Actor Jigan speaks on police brutality, cites poor upbringing, salary as reasons (video)

Actor Jigan speaks on police brutality, cites poor upbringing, salary as reasons (video)

- Yoruba actor Jigan has said the reason for police brutality is the meagre salary that they earn

- According to the actor, policemen have families they are responsible for

- Jigan noted that they resort to harassment and extort from youth to meet up with family demands

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Yoruba actor Abimbola Kazeem, popularly known as Jigan, recently went viral after his video addressing touts during the EndSARS protest surfaced online.

Many who agreed with what he said reposted the video while noting that it should be translated into other languages so that it can gain more reach.

In a recent chat with Legit TV, the actor stated that some of the reasons for police brutality are; they are not properly brought-up and they are poorly paid.

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Nigerians need to stop oppressing one another
Actor Jigan lent his voice to the police brutality topic. Photo: Instagram/@jiganbabaoja
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Recalling how he grew up, the actor said he joined bad gangs and it was until he moved from the community he saw life in a different way.

According to Jigan, he knows a lot about the police because some of them are his friends. He noted that a policeman who earns little and has a family and siblings to take care of will go into crimes.

He said:

"I know so much about the police. I know what they are going through and I know that they can't come out to tell the government what they are going through. They get little payment and this is what leads most of them to do bad things."

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In other news, earlier reported that actress Joke Jigan was in tears after hoodlums emptied her shop.

The actress shared videos and photos of the current state of her shop which showed that the shop was looted and left in disarray.

Heartbroken by the occurrence, the actress asked where the hoodlums want her to start from.

Nigerians need to stop oppressing each other – Actor Jigan | Legit TV

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