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Patriotic Nigerian Celebrities Who Have Been Supporting The EndSARS Movement With Their Sweat & Blood

In a long time, Nigerians have chosen to speak in one voice to put a stop to police brutality. Over the week trending number one on social media has been the #EndSARS protest.

Hence, Nigerian youths have come together to say no to police and SARS brutality! They scream… Enough is Enough!!!
Meanwhile, a number of high-profile celebrities have taken the bull by the horn to join other protesters to call for the scrapping of a police division, which is claimed to be the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS).
Some of these numerous celebrities who have called for a change include;
1. FALZ
Nigerian Singer, Folarin Falana
popularly called Falz the bad guy was one of the foremost celebrities to lead the protest. Before the protest, Falz beckoned on other protesters to ensure they make the protest non-violent. As usual, he is the king of justice.

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2. Runtown
Douglas Jack Agu, Nigerian musician popularly known as Run town embraced the initiative of the #ENDSARS protest just after one of the masses favourite singer cancelled a planned protest. Runtown, however, remained resolute to still go ahead with the protest. He also went further to speak on his twitter handle.
3. Wizkid
Star boy, Wizkid though not in Nigeria still led a protest in London. The singer even before the protest had directed a stern message to the president to look into the issues going on in the country.
4. Tiwa Savage
Nigerian singer, Tiwa was not left out as she also took to the streets to lend out her voice towards the ending of SARS brutality.

 

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5. Toke Makinwa
Media Personality, Toke Makinwa as expected was at the protest and she also joined other celebrities to speak up to end SARS brutality.
6. Timi Dakolo
Singer Timi Dakolo fiercely took the front line of the #ENDSARS protest as he spoke sternly in one voice with other youths for the end of SARS brutality.

 

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To ignore Evil is to become an accomplice to it .. #Endsars #endpolicebrutality 📸 @sirinyene

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7. Toyin Abraham
Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham also gathered people to speak against SARS brutality. The actress went around the neighbourhood to encourage people to come out and speak against SARS brutality.
8. Erica
Ex-Big Brother Naija housemate, Erica took to support the protesters with food. She joined the protest giving out food and drinks to protesters.

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9. Davido
Nigerian singer, Davido held a protest in Abuja. He also called on people to join the protest to end SARS brutality. The singer also spoke with the police to release some of the #ENDSARS protesters that were held in detention.

 

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All protesters have been released!!!

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10. Tacha
Ex BBN housemate, Tacha was also involved in the protest. The influencer also took to her Instagram page to lend her voice against Sars brutality.

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we ARE TIRED!! #endsarsprotest

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11. Small Doctor
Singer Adekunle Temitope, popularly known as Small Doctor also led the protest and brought out people in Agege. The singer also carried a placard in church, with EndSars brutality boldly written on it.
12. Banky W
Singer Banky W has always been at the forefront when it comes to speaking for justice and humanity. He also partook in the #ENDSARS protest.
13. Mr. Macaroni
Nigerian famous comedian and skit maker, Debo Adebayo, popularly known as Mc Macaroni led a protest and spent the night in front of the Lagos government house voicing out against SARS brutality. 

Written by Ejemen Ogbebor

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