Self acclaimed Africa Giant, Burna Boy have noted that it might be over for the Nigerian youths if the ongoing EndSars protest going round the country does not work out.
Nigeria as a nation is currently going through a new phase in it’s history as
the youths have finally rise up to fight for their right with protest holding
across states in the country.
The call for an end in police brutality have been supported by top personalities in all
walk of life and Burna Boy who has a toxic relationship with some fans on
social media have also joined the battle.
Burna Boy have been consistent in speaking about reasons why things have to
change in the country via his social media platforms and he recently joined protesters
in United Kingdom after some protesters were killed in Lekki tollgate.
The award winning singer have now stated how bad it would be for the youths if they
end up losing the war against police brutality and bad governance.
Burna Boy made this known while speaking with Skynews as he noted that
this is an important moment in the history of the nation and the youths
must not let it slip away.
Burna Boy also played a prominent role in the campaign against police brutality as he
made sure his presence was felt by erecting some bill board that preach against the act.
See video of Burna Boy speaking with Skynews below:
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"This is the most important moment in Nigeria's history." @burnaboygram says the "youth have come together" and decided "enough is enough" to protest against police brutality in Nigeria. His words come after protests began in the country, sparked by a video showing a man being beaten, apparently by police officers from SARS (Special Anti-Robbery Squad). Since then, the End SARS movement has spread across Nigeria and at least 56 people have died – 38 of them on Tuesday alone, Amnesty International claims. #nigeria #EndSARS #policebrutality #protests #burnaboy