Dare said the grievances faced by Nigerians are being addressed, hence no need to embark on peaceful protest.
Naira Marley had called for a peaceful protest over the illegality of some operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS.
The singer had vowed to lead the protest against injustice meted out on Nigerians.
Advising the singer against the protest, the minister said the federal government was determined to tackle the issue.
In a tweet, the minister wrote: “I urge you and other youth not to embark upon any protest. Your grievances are being addressed at the highest level of government.
“As the Minister in charge of youth I know this is an issue that must be tackled. Government is doing just that.”
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