Nigerian rap legend, Ikechukwu Onunaku, simply known as Ikechukwu or Killz has penned an emotional letter in commemoration of his birth anniversary.
The revered rapper who has been an integral participant in the ongoing #ENDSARS protest against police brutality, took to his Instagram account to lament over the spate of Nigeria, instead of celebrating his birthday.
According to Manassas, Virginia, United States born rapper and actor, there is nothing worth celebrating in the midst of his fellow country men losing their lives while demanding for reforms in the police force.
It may be my birthday today but it really doesn’t feel like anything needs to be celebrated. Men lost their lives yesterday.Our cries continue to fall on deaf ears. They keep thinking they can scam us with words. Sars is not dissolved; they have just reassigned the officers to other units and departments.
The only thing I am thankful now is the youth have woken up and realised this is their country. Just because you are older doesn’t mean you can lead.Since childhood, they have been shouting leaders of tomorrow. Tomorrow has come. Can we lead please? Ah! #ENDSARS #SARSMUSTEND. Finish!
We will celebrate next year’s birthday. This one get as e be.”With the way the supposed peaceful anti-Sars protest is getting violent, Ikechukwu Onunaku, known professionally as Ikechukwu and Killz, is not the only celebrity to show such concerns, as other celebrities have recently called on the Buhari led government to avoid more bloodshed, by granting the protest members of the people what they really desire, which is to end SARS permanently.