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#EndSARS: Burna Boy and Other Nigerians Protest At The Nigeria High Commission in London.

Burna Boy and Other Nigerians Protest At The Nigeria High Commission in London.Burna Boy giving speech at the Nigeria High Commission in London - image credit: twitter.com

Among the active celebrities in the #ENDSARS protest that has caught the attention of the whole world is Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu, professionally known by his stage name, Burna Boy who is currently in London, quoted a retweet with the caption;

“ENOUGH IS ENOUGH
#EndSARS Protest today! Nigeria High Commission London 3 pm!”

 

The self-acclaimed Odogwu who never stopped protesting both on and offline was among the protesters at the Nigeria High Commission in London.
The African Giant was seen voicing out his anger on the Nigerian leader’s roles amidst the EndSars commotion. He condemned the #Lekkimassacre admitting that some of the peaceful protesters were killed exercising their rights. He announced that Nigerians has decided that enough is enough.

More international celebrities like Rihanna, Beyonce, Wale, Nicki Minaj, and others had lent their voices at the surge going on in Nigeria.

It was rumoured that Nnamdi Kanu ordered for the Abia State governor, Okezie Ikpeazu to be captured, but the governor was reportedly nowhere to be seen.

Below are the pictures from the protest held today in London:



 

Burna Boy and Other Nigerians Protest At The Nigeria High Commission in London.
Protesters in front of the Nigeria High Commission – image credit: twitter.com
Burna Boy and Other Nigerians Protest At The Nigeria High Commission in London.
Burna Boy spotted in the EndSARS protest in London – image credit: twitter.com

 

Burna Boy and Other Nigerians Protest At The Nigeria High Commission in London.
EndSARS protesters in London – image credit: twitter.com

 

Burna Boy and Other Nigerians Protest At The Nigeria High Commission in London.
Nigerian protesters in London – image credit: twitter.com

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Buchi Prinzy Henry
A lazy writer, and a freelancer. An African who believes in reviving back the African history and tradition back to our memories. Mental emancipation is my mission. I write on History Category at 54history.com

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