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#ENDSARS: Runtown, Naira Marley to Lead Protest Against Police Brutality

Nigerian singers, Runtown and Naira Marley have announced different dates they will be leading protests against the menace of police brutality.

They duo took to their social media accounts to announce they would be leading protests against the incessant police brutality in the country that has fast become a national worry.

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Soapy crooner, Naira Marley, disclosed he would he would lead a peaceful protest on Tuesday October 6.

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He also told his 1.9 million followers through his twitter account that some police officers would be joining the protest.

He pleaded his fans to maintain peace and order during the protest, saying there should not be any form of violence.

“So on Tuesday, we got some SARS coming out with us. The ones that claim to only come out for big operations and not the dirty works on the road they are coming out to show support and to answer some questions, we also got some police officers and soldiers joining the protest.

“Don’t forget guys just in case you see any SARS or any forces there on Tuesday don’t start any fight. We are allowed to ask questions? But remember no fight, no vandalism. Peaceful protest. Thanks,” the singer tweeted.

On his part, Mad Over You singer, Runtown told his 1.3 million followers on social media that he will lead a peaceful protest on Thursday against police brutality.

The clearly stated that it would be a peaceful protest all through.

“This has gone long enough and now we must take action! I’ll be leading a protest to #ENDSARS on Thursday, October 8th 2020. They MUST listen to us, they MUST make/effect real and visible changes! Empty promises won’t work this time!!!

“Let’s all come out to peacefully reach out to our “Elected” leaders beyond social media!!! Venue/Take Off Point: Lekki Phase 1, Toll Gate. 10 am,” Runtown tweeted.

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