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Davido Tweets A RIP Letter To All Who Died In The #ENDSARS Protest

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Davido has sent Rest In Peace (RIP) letter to all who lost their lives in the #ENDSARS PROTEST.

The Nigerian Musician on Friday 16 October 2020 tweeted to all his 7.88million followers a Rest In Peace (RIP) message to all those who lost their lives in the noble protest against the inhumane acts of the Nigerian Special Anti-Robbery Squad unit of Nigeria Police Service #ENDSARS.

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Davido RIP letter to #ENDSARS Protesters who lost their lives

He also took a further step in supporting the #ENDSARS campaign by releasing a song.

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BBNAIJA: Tolanibaj finally uploads her birthday photos and videos after Lekki Toll Gate shooting

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Former Big Brother Naija housemate, Tolanibaj turned 27 5 days ago and marked her birthday at a private party.

Unfortunately, she couldn’t upload the birthday vides and photo because of the Lekki Toll Gate shootings which took over social media and mainstream media trends. She could have gotten a backlash from her followers because the actin would have appeared as more of an insensitive one.

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Taking to her Instagram page 5 days later, she dropped the vides and photos with her fans. She wrote:

Keep it classy.

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– Birthday girl 🎈🎈

Watch the video and picture below:

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You Have No Moral Right To Comment On Lekki Shooting- Odi Community Leaders Jabs Fmr. Prez Obasanjo

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The leaders of the Odi community in Bayelsa State have told the former president of Nigeria, General Obasanjo to keep mute on the ongoing police brutalities because he did worse.

Per a statement sighted, the leaders of the community said the former president presided over brutality in 1999 when he was the president. So it will be a mark of hypocrisy to come and claim to be a saint at this time.

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Find the statement below:

 “The trauma that Odi went through under President Obasanjo is still fresh in living memory. The Nigerian Army moved in tanks, the Nigerian Navy moved in warships and the Nigerian Air Force was overhead. All the forces of the Nigerian federation were unleashed on the sleepy and unarmed rural community of Odi because some young people dared to ask for their rights. It was a time no one in Odi wishes to recall. Definitely, there are some lectures that ‘Professor’ Obasanjo may not be qualified to deliver, especially a lecture on how to disperse a peaceful protest without violence.’’

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ENDSARS: Nigerians in Paris stage their protest in solidarity with those at home (photos)

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The protest to see an end to police brutalities looks very positive and unabated despite the government machinations.

In order to end it at home, the government through the police service imposed a curfew on the towns where the protest was intensive and marred by violence.

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Nigerians in diaspora have started also protesting and drawing the awareness of the whole world to the injustice going on in Nigeria. One of the protesters took to his Twitter handle to share a photo of the Paris protest with his followers.

Paris protest day 4 was great. Biggest turnout we’ve had so far.

We marched in honour of all the lives lost this week to the Government sponsored genocide.

See photos below:

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