Nigerian singer, 2Face has called for a total shutdown in the country amid the lingering anti-Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) protests across the country.
The singer in a tweet on Monday, wondered why everybody was still going to work despite the demonstrations.
He said the shut down will make the government intervene swiftly.
The singer tweeted; “I wonder why everybody is still going to work. We need total shutdown until this politicians start to answer!!
Unless them wan use sars come pursue us go work #EndSARS #EndPoliceBrutality #endimpunity #endlooting
Make only market for essential things dey”.
I wonder why everybody is still going to work. We need total shutdown until this politicians start to answer!!
Unless them wan use sars come pursue us go work#EndSARS#EndPoliceBrutality #endimpunity #endlooting
Make only market for essential things dey.
— #ONELOVERELIGION #UNWASHTHEBRAINWASH #OPENYOUREYES (@official2baba) October 19, 2020
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