The Nigerian musician, Tiwatope Savage, commonly known as Tiwa Savage, has come to be known as Nigerian youths, who stop trusting celebrities and getting on completely different components of the country The Finnish SARS are constantly being part of the protest.
The Nigerian celebrities, together with Folarin Falana, commonly known as Falz, and pop star, Runtown called for an end to police brutality and extra-judicial killings in Lagos Separate Nigerians have been involved in the protest against.
Additionally, another group of protesters, led by Deji Adeyanju, the Nigerian convenor involved, were seen marching up to the Force headquarters in Abuja, specifically over the brutality and alleged killings by officers of the Anti-Theft Squad to resist various placards.
Following the incident, Tiwa, who may be one of several Protestors in a video shared via his Instagram account on Thursday, urged Nigerian youths to resolve the protest and told the federal government that they were under unhealthy governance Are uninterested.
Apart from this, he also suggested to the youth that they should take note that the nation should be counted for all and resolved by all.
In response to that, “If Nigerian youths do not come to protest they can assume that we are in a joke and that is why they do not take us seriously.”
‘No one should put any foolish response on my time, please.
‘This is not a day for a foolish response, everyone is protesting right here.
‘We are protesting for our personal gain. This is important and this is not a period of jokes.’
‘Nigerian youths you have to get up. There are people in the market who have misunderstood youth.’
‘This is not the time to joke about this as a result of nothing humorous.
‘They believe that Nigerian youth are lazy and that is why they do not take us seriously’
‘None of us need to die as a joke. If you end up voting for elder brother housemates, you don’t have to depend on them, because you don’t name them’.
‘Everyone wants to come on Tuesday after Tuesday and be part of this protest,’ he said.