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“Your Voice Is Being Heard” – Nicki Minaj Tells #EndSARS Protesters After Lekki Toll Gate Massacre

Nicki Minaj has shown support for young Nigerians who are protesting police brutality across the country.

Popular American-Trinidadian rapper, Nicki Minaj has declared support for the Nigerian youths protesting against the extrajudicial activities of the now-defunct Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).

"Your Voice Is Being Heard” - Nicki Minaj Tells #EndSARS Protesters After Lekki Toll Gate Massacre 1

KanyiDaily had reported that there is an ongoing #EndSARS protest across the country against the SARS tactical unit of the Nigerian Police Force over its brutality, illegal arrest, extortion, extra-judicial killings, among others.

Taking to her Twitter page on Wednesday morning, the 37-year-old rapper said she stands with “brave young people of Nigeria who are in the front lines of this senseless violence.”

“Standing with & praying for the brave young people of Nigeria who are on the front lines of this senseless violence. Your voice is being heard 🇳🇬 #EndSARS,” she tweeted.

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Nicki’s tweet is coming just a few hours after Nigerian Soldiers opened fire on peaceful #EndSARS protesters at the Lekki toll gate, killing about nine people and injuring so many others on Tuesday night, October 21, 2020.

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