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… Promises to renew your agitation if nothing changes after a week

By Benjamin Njoku

The controversial singer, Naira Marley, has saluted the courage of the likes of Run town, Falz, DJ Spill, Tiwa Savage, Jaywon and all the young Nigerians who flocked to the streets of Lagos for a peaceful protest against the activities of the Squad Anti-Theft Special.

Following the successful exit, the Marliano president has promised to renew his agitation if nothing changes after a week in which he canceled his own protest after the authorities ‘claim that they heard the Nigerians’ complaints “loud and clear” and had initiated reforms.

Naira Marley had called off her planned protest after police spokesman Frank Mba had a live chat with the singer to discuss the issues.

“We will no longer protest because a lot of changes are being made right now. As Marlian we will give them a week to see the changes and if there are no changes we will start a massive protest. #togetherwecan, ”the singer tweeted on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, saluting the celebrities who joined the masses to protest the brutality of SARS, Naira Marley tweeted: “I respect all young people fighting for their rights and what is right. God bless you all. After a week, if there are no changes on this issue of the fsars as promised by the Nigerian police force, we will come out stronger. Stay safe and protest peacefully if you are protesting. “

Also, reacting in the same vein in an Instagram post, Peter Okoye, from the late music group PSquare, promised to join his colleagues during the next financial year.

In an Instagram post after the protest, Falz said that “our message is clear. Today it is very peaceful and the authorities know what to do to keep the peace. Big love to everyone who came out. It was inspiring to see so many celebrities. “

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