Mr Flavour releases video #NewNigeria showing his involvement, and the protests are still going on all over the country.
Nigerian singer Flavour N’abania popularly known as Mr Flavour has released a new video dubbed #NewNigeria. The video shows his involvement in the recent nationwide protests that were pushing for police reforms.
The protests were all over major towns in Nigeria and throughout the diaspora for at least two weeks in October. It was a youth-led movement to that first started on social media; as they protested against police brutality and violence against Nigerian citizens for nearly.
But as a result of the protests that saw many top artistes join! many lost lives and hundreds of Nigeria’s youth pertained injuries and some got admission. Shockingly, the major one being the Lekki shooting! in which we note that the military shoot live bullets at the peaceful protestors.
Mr Flavour releases video that shows his involvement in the #EndSARS Protests, get it here free download
However, the 8-minute video going around on YouTube highlights key moments in which Flavour alongside fellow musicians; Phyno, Zoro, Masterkraft and K-Cee! were leading protests in solidarity with their fellow Nigerians and the #EndSars movement.
Surprisingly, other Nigerian artistes who have directly been involved in the #EndSARS protests include; Rudeboy, Davido, Oxlade, Mr P, and DJ Cuppy – and many others.
Additionally, this year has been full of protests across different continents; but more especially in Europe and North America. Meanwhile, this sparked off by the killing of black American George Floyd by American police.
#EndSARS Protests continue in Nigeria
However, the incident saw the birth of different harsh tags that are fighting racism and police brutality! #blacklivesmatter, #Policebrutality and many others.
And now in Nigerian celebrities have show their concern by supporting #EndSARS and #NewNigeria all over they are. Recently Wizkid was also on street holding micro phone protesting on the same.
Lastly, it has started slowly on social media in Uganda with #NewUganda which could result into a serious protest.