Don Jazzy on not joining #EndSars protest

Don Jazzy on not joining #EndSars protest

Nigerian music executive, Don Jazzy has explained why he is yet to join the #EndSars protest in the country.

In a recent post on social media, Don Jazzy gave his reasons for not joining other celebrities in protesting brutality and extortion by operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).

Recall that protests on the streets and social media have been going on nationwide for over 72 hours.

Notable names like Falz, Runtown, Mr Macaroni, etc. have joined Nigerians in demanding action against SARS.

ALSO READ: Kemi Olunloyo on why she does not want the government to #EndSars

Don Jazzy has now revealed that he is unable to be a part of it due to health reasons.

When asked by a fan on Twitter to come out and motivate people, he replied: “True, true wish I was healthy enough.

“But I commend every single soul doing it. It’s not beans. #EndSars #EndPoliceBrutality.”

Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday night, confirmed that he has met with the Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu.

The president expressed his determination to reform the Police Force; and ensure that officers are fully accountable to Nigerians.

The president’s response arrived after Genevieve Nnaji wrote him an open letter to call his attention to the SARS brutality Nigerian youths are being subjected to.

Specifically, the actress/producer began by narrating her niece’s encounter in the hands of officials of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).

Genevieve stated that she’s getting “weary and tired of being optimistic about change.”

She called on Buhari to act and command his troops to “stand down”.

“Mr President, it’s time to lead,” she added.

She wrote in the caption: “Enough is enough. We are better than this. #endsars #endsarsbrutality

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