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“People Made Billions From #Endsars Negotiations” - Omoyele Sowore

The Publisher of Sahara Reporters, Omoyele Sowore has alleged that some Nigerians have made billions of Naira just from the negotiation of how #Endsars protests can be put to an end in Nigeria.In a tweet Sowore made on his Twitter account, he claims that some people have made the #Endsars protest a money-making...

#Endsars: Wizkid Says “Made In Lagos” Will No Longer Drop On October 15

Self-Styled Star boy Ayo Balogun popularly known as Wizkid has confirmed to fans that the much awaited Made In Lagos album will not be launched.In a post,he responded to a fan who queried him if the set date for the album launch still holds and he responded not yet.He attiributed it to the ongoing protest...

#Endsars Protest: Rapper Falz Slams River State Governor

Nigerian rapper, Falz has slammed River State Governor Nyesom Wike, for banning people in his state from protesting against police brutality.The governor banned #Endsars protest in his state, with a strong warning that all violators will be arrested and brought to book.Reacting to the decison, Falz said:“Who...

#Endsars: Toyin Abraham And Muyiwa Ademola Spotted Protesting In Ibadan

Nollywood actors, Toyin Abraham and Muyiwa Ademola, were spotted protesting against the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS).They joined protesters in Ibadan on Tuesday. Protest continue nationwide despite Inspector General of Police (IGP) Mohammed Adamu announcing that SARS has been dissolved.The actress...

Peter Okoye Of P-Square And Others Joins #Endsars Protest

Nigerian singer and songwriter, Peter Okoye of the musical duo, P-Square has also taken to the street along with some other Nigerian celebs to join the #Endsars protest.In the video, when asked what he has to say, the ace musician said “they messed with the wrong generation mehn…”Peter...

Kanye West Tweets About Endsars, Wants Government Action

Rapper and United States presidential candidate Kanye West spoke out against police brutality in Nigeria in light of the #Endsars protest sweeping across the nation.West, 43, on Monday night, took to his twitter page where he said: “I stand with my Nigerian brothers and sisters to end police brutality.”The...

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