A Generation seeking to create a change in Nigeria is not giving up anytime soon. The cry against Police Brutality continues to increase as many youth of Nigeria seek justice for victims who have lost their lives to the defunct Special Anti-Robbery Squad in Nigeria.
As protests continue to intensify, Some Nigerian Gospel Artists have stormed into the streets to express their grievances against the lack of effort to checkmate the excess of the Police Force in the country. Steve Crown, Onos, Tim Godfrey, Sammy Akposo were see with their placard.
Veteran Gospel singer Sammie Okposo led an intense worship session at the protest ground location of Lekki Phase after being asked to address Youths who came out to express their thoughts. “Revival is here Transformation is here,” he wrote on Instagram.
Also Christ Embassy’s Frank Edwards has also taken to Twitter to reveal that he will be paying the hospital bills for some youths injured during the peaceful protests.
He Tweeted: “I know how tough it is for most families, so I am willing to support with hospital bills for some youths injured during the peaceful protest, all you need is valid proof and I will only pay to the hospital”
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