- Actress Chioma Grace has expressed displeasure at people calling for another protest
- The actress stated that these people want a protest against the social media regulatory bill
- According to the young lady, many of the people calling for another protest did not come out during EndSARS
Nollywood actress Chioma Grace has taken to her Instagram page to blast people calling for another protest, this time, against the social media regulatory bill.
According to the actress, during the EndSARS protest, the people calling for another march against the social media bill were not on the streets with other protesters but went about their personal businesses.
Read her post below:
"You're in the comment section motivating protest against the social media regulatory Bill but you watched us protest and you went about your personal business because you dey use suffer tie gele abi, you like as this country bad abi!!??? Years of deep-rooted rot in the public and civil service and you couldn't find even one reason to hit the streets, even to post pictures na WAR! you dey decorate page.
"If Instagram disappears like right now that means your legacy as a human being will disappear abi!!!??? and don't give me the excuse of "there was enough crowd" or "you were busy" saving this country should be everyone's priority right NOW!!! when I say everyone I mean normal people ooo... Things are really bad and people are really suffering..."
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Falz spoke on the presidency's move to meet the EndSARS demands.
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The music star revealed in a short clip that the presidency had approved that a judicial panel of inquiry should be set up that would look into all cases of police brutality.
He said that the panel is to make them all have a sit-down and listen to victims of police brutality who would share their stories with evidence.
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