Lady angrily unfollowed Nigerian-South Korean Han Hyun Min on IG for not supporting EndSARS

Lady angrily unfollowed Nigerian-South Korean Han Hyun Min on IG for not supporting EndSARS

- A lady called Munachi said Nigerian-South Korean model Hyun does not post anything about the country online

- Munachi added that Hyun does not even identify as a Nigerian but lent his voice to the Black Lives Matter campaign

- Munachi said he is not Nigerian and South Korean can have him to themselves

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A lady called Munachi took to Twitter to share the reason she unfollowed a Nigerian-South Korean called Han Hyun Min on Instagram.

It all started when a lady called Yetimama shared lovely photos of Hyun on Twitter while telling her followers about him.

As expected, some Nigerians went search for him on Instagram and they discovered his page and handle.

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Lady angrily unfollowed Nigerian-South Korean Han Hyun min for not supporting EndSARS
A lady unfollowed a Nigerian-South Korean model for not supporting EndSARS. Photos: @munachiehhlla, @h_h_m0519
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More Nigerians followed him after his handle was revealed but a lady called Munachi seemed to have gone back to thoroughly check through Hyun's page.

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Reacting to Yetimama's post, Munachi said she followed the Nigerian-South Korean model. However, when she scrolled through his page, she realised that he does not identify with Nigeria, neither does he talk about Nigeria in his posts.

The young lady also noted that Hyun did not even post about the EndSARS campaign but he posted about Black Lives Matter.

According to her, he is not Nigeria, adding that South Korea can have him. She then notified others that she has stopped following him.

Read her full statement below:

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In other news, earlier reported that Buhari said he won't allow another EndSARS protest.

Muhammad Dingyadi, minister of police affairs, made the disclosure during a press briefing at the State House on the outcome of the meeting which was presided over by the president at the Presidential Villa.

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According to the police affairs minister, President Buhari, however, promised to carry the youths and necessary stakeholders along in ensuring that the violence that marred the recently held protest is prevented in the future.

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