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#ENDSARS NOW: “I am protesting because I want to live to be a sugar mummy’ – A lady reveals

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Quite obviously, everyone has a subtle reason for joining the ENDSARS now protest.

A Nigerian lady has revealed the main reason why she decided to join the campaign against police brutalities and people have said it is a weird reason.

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In the photo we have sighted, this protester was seen with a cardboard which had the words;

“PROTESTING NOW SO I CAN LIVE TO BE A SUGAR MUMMY #ENDSARS”

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Eniola Badmus Gunshot Photos

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Eniola Badmus has been in all headlines of social media platforms after she was allegedly shot dead by the Nigerian Forces who attacked the protesters at Lekkin Toll Gate.

The reports about this incident are sketchy due to the numerous rumors surrounding it.

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Just after the news hit the internet, she released a statement to debunk the rumors and indicated clearly that she was not at the incident, hence she is safe and healthy.

Though images of the victims in the scandal were circulating, there is currently no photo of the said incident which involved Eniola Badmus.

We are following closely and we would update the post as soon as such a photo is spotted.

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What Happened To Eniola Badmus At Lekki Toll Gate?

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Eniola Badmus, a popular Nigerian actress has been in the news for some time now, following the information about being shot dead at Lekki Toll Gate amid the protest to end SARS.

What Happened To Eniola Badmus At Lekki Toll Gate?

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Recall that, Lekki Toll Gate became a trending issue after the news of the Nigerian Forces shooting at innocent protesters hit social media.

It was alleged that she was part of the protestors at the incident, hence the news that, she got killed amid the violent act of the police.

Eniola Badmus, Nigerian film actress has taken to her Instagram page a video, to share with her fans on the exercising sessions she involves herself in, as she has started embarking on a weight loss journey.

Few hours after the news of her death, she came out to debunk the rumors with a post on her Instagram page, explaining her absence at the scene and that, SARS would never be thecause of her death.

Hence, Nigeria would rise back to its normal state.

SARS has now become a political issue, hence, some measures are being put in place to curb the current issue at hand but it seems not to be in favour of the Citizens.

All celebrities and some top officials have all voiced out on the issue in order to create awareness on the suffering of the people so a stop can be put to the brutality and harassment of the police.

The protest has now turn bloody as some citizens have lost their lives amid the process of fighting for their rights.

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Rihanna left heartbroken by the shooting of #EndSARS protesters at Lekki

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Rihanna has been left heartbroken by the shooting of #EndSARS protesters during their protest in Lekki, Lagos.

In a heartfelt message to Nigerians, she said that the incident is unbearable to watch.

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She also saluted the courage of Nigerians for the strength they have showed in standing up for the right thing.

She said:

“I can’t bare to see this torture and brutalization that is continuing to affect nations across our planet! It’s such a betrayal to the citizens, the very people put in place to protect are the ones we are most afraid of being murdered by!

“My heart is broken for Nigeria man!! It is unbearable to watch! I’m so proud of your strength and not letting up on the fight for what’s right! #ENDSARS.”

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Source: ab-tc.com

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