Who Have Spoken Out About End SARS

Who Have Spoken Out About End SARS


The End SARS movement in Nigeria has attracted the attention of millions of people across the world, Nigerians have been protesting for a number of days now to bring their brutal and murderous police force to an end.

South African celebs have been very vocal in support of the #EndSARS movement the whole time.


Lady Zamar is the latest ZAleb to speak out about the situation in Nigeria, originally from Zimbabwe herself, the singer/songwriter knows what kind of situation Nigerians are facing at the hands of their own police force. The singer has always been vocal about injustice and has even declared that it is her duty to speak out about it.

“It’s disconcerting what’s happening in… For freedom to be real, all must be free, to live and breathe without the threat of violence and brutality from those sworn in to protect them in their societies; never abusing that trust #EndSARS #EndSWAT #EndPoliceBrutalityinNigeria”


It shouldn’t come as a surprise that Pearl Thusi also lent her Social Media power to draw attention to what is happening in Nigeria. Queen Sono was at some point on the receiving end of angry South Africans following her advocacy for a united Africa, in the midst of xenophobic attacks in the country.

“The movement continues… from the USA to South Africa, Nigeria and all around the world…Let’s lend each other support and fight this violent oppression together! #endSARS #ENDSARSNOW #endsarsbrutality #ISTANDWITHTHENIGERIANPEOPLE #IAMANAFRICAN”


Nasty C was recently in hot water with his South African fan base following his endorsement of the Nigerian protest action #EndSARS, South African accused him of not having the same energy for local causes. The ridicule was especially propagated by the social media led movement called #PutSouthAfricansFirst, this group of people are asking South Africans to be prioritized in South Africa. The sentiments are made at the back of suggestions the illegal and legal immigrants that live in South Africa are β€œtaking over,” with South Africans being sidelined for economic and employment opportunities.

“Did you do a full inspec on my Twitter? Do you know for a fact that I β€œgo silent when it comes to my own”? NO YOU DONT, so get the fuck off my nuts l”


Even Cassper Nyovest Tweeted his support a few days ago to show his solidarity with Nigerians, the rapper/producer is well-known and admired in many countries across the continent, so it wasn’t a surprise that he showed his support.

What are your thoughts on the #EndSARS movement?

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