#EndSars : Nigerian Singer Runtown Set To Lead Protest Against Police In Lagos

The music star encourges Nigerians to troop out in their numbers to protest against the police.

By  | Oct 05, 2020, 11:03 AM  | Top of The

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Nigerian musicians have now become more vocal in recent times they have spoken up about the atrocities committed against the masses, celebs like Davido, Yemi Alade, Naira Marley, Olamide, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, and a host of others, have all spoken up against the injustice of the police on the masses.
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On Saturday, Nigerian singer, Wizkid blasted President Muhammadu Buhari and told him to address the problems in his country rather than wishing the US President, Donald Trump quick recovery from COVID-19 infection.
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Now Nigerian singer, Douglas Jack Agu who is popularly known as Runtown says he will be leading a protest to end the terror carried out by men of the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS). The music star made this known via his Twitter page on Sunday, October 4, 2020.

"This has gone long enough and now we MUST take action! I'll be leading a protest to #ENDSARS on Thursday, October 8th, 2020. They MUST listen to us, they MUST make/effect REAL and VISIBLE changes! Empty promises won't work this time!!!" he tweeted.

"Let's all come out to peacefully reach out to our "Elected" leaders beyond social media!!! Venue/Take Off Point: Lekki Phase 1, Toll Gate. 10 AM."

The music star joins the long list of celebrities who have had the courage to speak up in protest against killings and extortion by police officers. Earlier In another tweet, Wizkid called on Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State to do something about the exploitation and killings of young Nigerians by SARS operatives.
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