In a sequence of posts shared through his Instagram web page on Tuesday, October 13, 2020, the singer disclosed that he led the demonstration in opposition to the lingering police brutality in Nigeria.
“Yesterday, Toronto got here out with me in numbers to demand change. We’ve got been disadvantaged for thus a few years our rights as residents. We’re scattered all the world over, working Helter-skelter from one place to a different, enduring techniques that weren’t designed to favour us, just because life is insufferable in our pure dwelling,” he wrote.
“However sufficient is sufficient. The brand new era Nigeria isn’t afraid! You might have turned our brothers and sisters within the police power in opposition to us. Whereas we battle for them, they shoot us lifeless within the streets. However we perceive the idea of life, demise & sacrifice. And we now have given ourselves up so life might be higher for the era after us.”
The singer says Nigerians have had sufficient from the overzealous cops within the nation. [DiceAiles]
“We perceive demise is inevitable so we’re not afraid of your weapons. We perceive that quite a lot of the problems we face each day are deeply rooted in poverty. So even after we win our battle in opposition to Police brutality in Nigeria. We are going to battle to finish poverty. Battle to finish impunity. Battle to finish injustice. Battle to finish insecurity. The battle hasn’t ended it has solely simply begun.”
Ailes joins the listing of celebrities who’ve joined or led the #EndSars protest in Nigeria and diaspora.
Dipo Awojide and Wizkid (Twitter/Wetalksound)
Recall Nigerian music celebrity Wizkid on Sunday, October, 11, joined a whole bunch of Nigerians to protest in London for the same campaign.
“For Nigerians youths, don’t let anybody let you know you don’t have a voice,” he instructed the gang.
“That is just the start!! We gained our battle to #ENDSARS .. now Reform the Nigerian police!! #Endpolice brutality! We deserve good governance,” he later stated on Twitter.