On Thursday Genevieve Nnaji, a popular Nollywood player writes an open letter on the state of the country, to President Muhammadu Buhari.
Nigerian young people and celebrities went to Lagos, Osun, Abuja, Ibadan and other states in large quantities on Thursday in peaceful protest
In recent days, the #EndSARS movement has been growing.
She took her Twitter page to tell her how her niece was slapped with sarc, a 13 year-old for having a portable computer on her. Genevive lent her voice for #Endsars campaign around the country
The actress urged President Buhari to speak and added, ‘There is a great deal of leadership to the stability of a nation and each householder is given an opportunity to build up its legality.
Part of her letter read: “My niece was harassed by SARS because she carried a laptop.
At only 13 she had to face police brutality. Complaints were made and nothing was done. She was slapped over her face because she was just asked why her laptop is seized.
“This, Mr. President, is your country. Today’s country reflects your leadership and heritage. ‘Nobody is spared and we are all affected.”
“I’m tired of being optimistic about change, but I can’t complain about that, even then.”
“We don’t care, President. I urge you to talk to us because you don’t care about us, you’re not readers. Your house isn’t stable. You’re not empowered, neither are they protected.”