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10 International celebrities join voices with Nigerian counterparts in the #EndSARS campaign

Admin 13-Oct-2020 Entertainment, Entertainment

Nigerian celebrities have been joined by their foreign counterparts in the attempt to make the federal government end a unit of the Nigeria Police Force, Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). There have been cries and arrays of peaceful protests across Nigeria for the federal government to put an end to the existence of SARS and police brutality. 

 1. Estelle 

Grammy award-winning singer and songwriter Estelle has joined his voice with that of Nigerians from all spheres of life to call for an end to SARS impunity. 

 After one of her fans took her first tweet as just for the culture, she expatiated in another tweet saying: "This if For my continent. For my relatives!!!! For humanity. Cannot continue this everyday everywhere!!!!" 

2. Chance 

The Rapper Celebrated Grammy Award-winning American rapper Chance The Rapper and activist has also spoken out in support of Nigerians for the federal government to end SARS. He noted that he just started following the trend and needs more information on the police impunity in Nigeria. 

3. Moneybagg Yo 

On his part, American rapper and songwriter, Moneybagg Yo, on his part decided to remember Nigeria in prayer. 

Atlanta-based American rapper Lil Baby has joined in the cry to the federal government to put an end SARS. 

4. Lil Baby

 Atlanta-based American rapper Lil Baby has joined in the cry to the federal government to put an end SARS.

5. Trey Songz 

American rapper Trey Songz has added his voice to that of Nigerians begging the government to end police impunity. He said he has so much love for his Nigerian fans thus, joining them to plead to #endsarsnow


He stated further that while police brutality in America is an abuse of power, driven by race. Police brutality by the same race he said is unimaginable.

6. City Girls 


7. Sean Don


8. Stefflon Don 

Nigerian singer Burna Boy's girlfriend, Stellon Don, has not only spoken up on the need to end police brutality, but she also spoke to defend her boyfriend's silence on the raging issue of police brutality in Nigeria. 


9. Nasty C 

South African rapper, Nasty C also lends his voice to the cry of Nigerian on the cry to end SARS and police brutality.


10. Rapsody 


SARS is a Nigerian Police Force unit under the Force Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department. Many have cried out on the abuse of power by this unit of the force. Some Nigerian celebrities who have been agitating for the end of the special police unit on social media took time out to join the protest on the streets of Lagos.

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