The special anti-robbery squad(SARS) instead of fulfilling their course rather turned severely maltreating the citizens of the federal republic of Nigeria when they protested against the movement.
This had received condemnation from a lot of prominent individuals around the world.
Ghanaian celebrities have joined their counterparts in the federal republic to fight against the police brutality.
The peaceful protest by the good people of Nigeria had turned into a disaster. Some people were seriously injured while others were shot dead. This action had since increased in magnitude and is no near stopping.
It is with worry according to the Ghanaian celebrities that the leaders of the country are not even batting an eye with respect to the issue. President Buhari hadn’t even uttered a single word concerning the police brutality.
Calls from the economic community of the west African states and the African union have it that something should be done swiftly to end this inhumane treatment by the police of the federal republic of Nigeria.
On twitter, many a Ghanaian celebrity have on their timeline containing tweets condemning the sad SARS incidence. Some of the celebrities were Shatta Wale, yvonne nelson, stonebwoy, pappy kojo and what have you.
Below are some of the tweet from these celebrities
my heart 💔💔💔goes out to Nigeria 🇳🇬 in this difficult times. Can we prove to the world that #ourpeoplelivesmatter ?
💔💔💔💔😭😭😭😭#endsars #stopkillingus #nigeria #nigeriantravelblog #abeikusantana pic.twitter.com/Gmfbb5EEnO
— AbeikuAggreySantana (@AbeikuSantana) October 21, 2020
Nigeria’s government has failed to protect its people 💔💔
How you open fire on unarmed civilians leaves me befuddled!!
Dear @NAkufoAddo please step in!!!! #EndSARS #EndPoliceBrutalityinNigeraNOW pic.twitter.com/ilWkEuwZnd
— B.You by Berla Mundi (@berlamundi) October 20, 2020
You are the one to make life easy same you are making it harder.. after everybody mash up dead and there is no where to scatter.. where are we gonna Run Go? After making our motherland africa a bitter place to live. #istandWithNigeria🇳🇬 #PrayForAfrica
— 1GAD (@stonebwoyb) October 20, 2020