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Nigerian celebrities react to killings and injustices from SARS

Nigerian celebrities have started lending their voices to the injustices and killings from the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS).

In our last report, an article was written on how a young guy was killed in Ughelli, Warri, Delta State, this afternoon. He wasn't only killed, his Lexus jeep was taken away by SARS officers. (Read More Here).

Nigerian celebrities, such as: Femi Kuti, Omojuwa, Kate Henshaw, Naira Marley, Atiku Abubakar, etc have taken to their social media platforms to react to the injustices and killings from SARS.

"SARS is killing Nigerian. People now have more surviving SARS stories than they do with armed robbers. Do something urgently @mbuhari @ProfOsinbajo," J.J Omojuwa tweeted. 

"Until SARS kills one of their own,then and only then will they care," Kate Henshaw tweeted. 

"Maybe if a politician's child gets involved with SARS, our leaders will eventually #EndSARS. 
The people who are supposed to protect the masses are the ones killing them while our leaders turn s blind eye. This is wickedness!
How many more youths should die? How many? - Sally Suleiman tweeted. 

"SARS at it again. 
This tyranny has to stop," Dj Kaywise tweeted. 

"In this country we love protesting on Twitter. 
That's the problem," Naira Marley tweeted. 

"The Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) unit of the @PoliceNG was set up to confront violent crimes such as armed robbery, kidnapping and other related crimes. However, the unit has today morphed into an oppressor of the Nigerian masses who strive every day for a better life," Atiku Abubakar tweeted. 

"How many more innocents people must SARS/the police kill before urgent steps are taken to completely overhaul and reform the entire police force? 
Obviously government and their families are safe is why they are nonchalant and indifferent," Femi Anikulapo-Kuti tweeted. 

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