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Naira Marley Reveals What Will Happen To Him If He Lead Protest Against SARS In Nigeria

Naira Marley also revealed one major problem Nigerians have.

Nigerian musician, Naira Marley has revealed what will happen to him if he decides to protest against the alleged killings and harassment youths by officers of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).

Naira Marley Reveals What Will Happen To Him If He Lead Protest Against SARS In Nigeria 1

On Saturday, October 3, 2020, Nigerians renewed the call on the Federal Government to scrap the SARS police unit after a young man was killed by SARS officers in the front of Wetland Hotel, Ughelli in Delta State.

KanyiDaily had reported how the SARS officials allegedly shot the young man, left him for dead, and escaped with his vehicle – a white Lexus Sport Utility Vehicle.

Reacting on his Twitter page, Naira Marley criticized Nigerians for trending ‘EndSARS’ hashtags rather than going out to protest.

He wrote: “In this country, we love protesting on Twitter. That’s the problem.”

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His tweet was met with backlash from Nigerians who demanded he should lead the protest and watch his fans ‘Marlians’ join him.

In a later tweet on Sunday, Naira Marley said if he decides to protest they would take him to Kirikiri prison.

All I’m saying is we need to stop protesting on Twitter because that’s all we’ve been doing. We need to protest in real life, just say you’re scared and you will rather tweet from home.

“If you all want me to lead the protest I will lead but just know that they will send me to kirikiri prison this time,” he wrote.

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Meanwhile, the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Abubakar Adamu has ordered the immediate ban of FSARS operatives and other squads under the Nigerian Police Force.

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