#EndSARS Campaign: Olamide, Simi, Vector, Share Their Bitter Stories
Nigerians have found a common course in voicing out against the societal threats and danger posed by the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). The topic is currently trending on social media under the hashtag #EndSARS and the general consensus seems to be that the group causes more harm than good to Nigerians, especially the youths. This has caused people to call for the group to be scrapped.
Former Vice -president of the nation, Atiku Abubakar has aired his opinion on the matter and several music stars are coming out to do the same. The likes of Olamide, Vector, Simi, TJan, Baseone, Orezi and co. have lent their voices to the course for the establishment of the supposed anti-robbery group called SARS.
See posts below.
People are not supposed to be afraid of the people that are supposed to be looking after us. A couple weeks ago, at almost midnight, my friends and I had a gun pointed at us for laughing. For laughing. #EndSARS#ActuallyTakeGunsAwayFromTriggerHappyPeopleWhoHideBehindTheUniform!
People are not supposed to be afraid of the people that are supposed to be looking after us. A couple weeks ago, at almost midnight, my friends and I had a gun pointed at us for laughing. For laughing.#EndSARS#ActuallyTakeGunsAwayFromTriggerHappyPeopleWhoHideBehindTheUniform!
Now u c dis SARS issue..they’ve harrassed me upto 7times..slept in the cell for 2days at PWD cos they said they are raiding..a week ago i got brutalized by police in surulere..itire division to b precise,wit injuries on my back..its sad when they say police is my friend #ENDSARS