Since the #EndSars protests began, Nollywood star Genevieve Nnaji has not been silent. While he has not done any physical outings anywhere, he has made sure his voice is loud and clear.
The first to feel his anger is Rivers State Governor Nyesome Wike, who warned against any form of protest in his state. Next was President Muhhamadu Buhari, to whom he wrote an open letter that he posted on his Instagram page.
In the five paragraph letter, Genevieve gave an account of how she came to know about SARS and its hostile tactics.
“My niece was harassed by SARS for carrying a laptop. Your own laptop. They slapped her simply for asking why her laptop was being seized. At just 13 years old, he had to deal with police brutality. Complaints were made and nothing was done. Nobody is saved and we are all affected ”, he writes.
For the president, he continues: “Mr. President, this is the current state of your country. The stability of a nation depends largely on leadership. And each head of the family has an opportunity to build their legacy. Sir, you’ve had two.
What our country is today is a reflection of its leadership, its legacy. I’m getting tired and tired of being optimistic about change, but even then I can’t complain. I’m one of the privileged few, but that doesn’t mean I can give up now. “
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