Stop waiting for celebrities to lead protests – Ifemeludike
<!– Chioma Grace Ifemeludike –>
By Nimot Adetola Sulaimon
Naira Marley was supposed to lead his followers ”Marlians” in a mass protest to end the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).
He however called it off after agreeing to have a LIVE chat with DCP Frank Mba of the Nigeria Police Force.
Ifemeludike wrote that she believes that a real protest would begin in the slums by the most frustrated and deprived Nigerians.
”Truth is no celebrity owes us a protest, as much as I agree they can use their influence and platforms but you can’t force anyone.
”The mass force movement will start from the slums by they most frustrated and deprived not people with dual citizenship… MALIANS PRESIDENT, I greet o
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