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Endsars: ‘I am meeting with the IGP at 10 am’ – Davido

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Singer David Adeleke who is better known as Davido has joined the EndSars protest an announced that he will be storming Mohammed Adamu’s office current Inspector General of Police office today.

 Davido flying down to Abuja to Endsars has shown Nigerian youth support against the killings and brutality of Sars, he has also taken to his social media page (twitter, and mini blog pages) to make an announcement.

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Naijapalaba.com has gathered that Davido #DMW is expected to put down all the youth protesting demand against police and sars and brutality 

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 He wrote:

“I am meeting with the Inspector General of Police tomorrow at 10 am …. all my colleagues if you can get to Abuja tomorrow before 10 am and follow me to the meeting! It would mean a lot,”

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Naijapalaba News recalls that the IGP Adamu had earlier announced the disbandment of SARS, following days of online and offline protests.

Source Kemifilani blog

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Genevieve Nnaji writes to Buhari – My 13-year-old niece was assaulted by SARS {Photo]

 

On Thursday, Popular Nollywood actress, Genevieve Nnaji wrote an open letter to President Muhammadu Buhari over the #EndSARS movement Nigerian youths and celebrities have collaborated in large numbers on the streets of Lagos, Osun, Ibadan, and other states on a peaceful protest.

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On Thursday, Genevieve Nnaji, urged President Buhari to speak up, adding that ‘The stability of a nation is largely dependent on leadership and every head of the house has one chance to build their legacy.

“My niece was harassed by SARS for carrying a laptop. Her own laptop”, She said. She was slapped across the face for simply asking why her laptop was being seized.

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At only 13, she had to deal with police brutality. Complaints were made and nothing was done. she continues. “No one is spared and we are all affected.

Mr. President, this is the current state of your country. What our country is today is a reflection of your leadership, your legacy. “I’m getting weary and tired of being optimistic about change but even then can’t complain.

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“Mr. President, I urge you to speak to us because we do not mind readers. Your house is not in order and way far from stable. The people aren’t being empowered, neither are they being protected. We are not all criminals and should not be treated as such.”

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Source: Naijapalaba.com

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