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Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Zlatan Ibile Leads #EndSARS Protest In Ghana (Video+Photos)

Zlatan Ibile Leads #EndSARS Protest In Ghana (Video+Photos)
Zlatan Ibile leading #EndSARS protest in Ghana
Nigerian singer and songwriter, Omoniyi Temidayo Raphael, known professionally as Zlatan Ibile has taken to the Nigeria High Commission in Ghana, to lead a peaceful protest against Police brutality in Nigeria.

With the #EndSARS protest becoming a worldwide canker, Nigerians in the diaspora have joined the compatriots to protest in the various countries they live.

Recall afrobeat maestro, Wizkid, BBNaija Star, Mike, Seyi Shay among others held a protest in the UK to register their displeasure in the activities of the infamous Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) in the country.

Zlatan, who is currently in Ghana held a peaceful protest in the country’s capital, Accra with hundreds of Nigerians and Ghanaians supporting the course. In the video, they could be seen on the forecourt of the Nigerian High Commission wielding placards and chanting #EndSARS.

Speaking on why he organized the protest, the singer said the police have robbed the youths of their rights and dreams by killing them. He recounted his struggle to use his talent to achieve success.

“Enough of SARS, the youth are the future leaders of Nigeria and we are killing them. Imagine me, I never knew I can be here today if I didn’t make an extra effort because I used to be nobody, nowhere, nobody sends me

“I had to hustle with my talent to become who I am if not I would have been vulcanizer or bricklayer because that is what I did before.

“I can see everyone crying, I can see everyone shouting that they want a reformation and end the police brutality,” he said

Watch the video below:

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