Naira Marley, a Nigerian singer, says he can lead the protest against operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) but is convinced he might be sent to Kirikiri prison.


In a string of tweets via his Twitter handle on Sunday, the controversial musician commented on the possible solutions to curb recent attacks meted out to civilians by operatives of the police department.

“In this country, We love protesting on Twitter That’s d problem. Enough is enough. They won’t listen. You know why? Me neither,” the 26-year-old wrote.

“All I’m saying is we need to stop protesting on Twitter because that’s all we’ve been doing. We need to protest in real life, just say you’re scared and you will rather tweet from home.


“If y’all want me to lead D protest I will lead but just know that they will send me to kirikiri prison this time. So who’s organising? What date? Where are we meeting?


“Noooooo seriously though. Jokes apart… why shoot someone that’s not carrying a weapon? Can’t u just arrest them and take them to the station? Protesting is never a disturbance of the peace.

“Corruption, injustice, war, and intimidation are disturbances of the peace” Peaceful protest Peaceful revolution. Going live on Instagram today at 2pm Let’s plan this properly.”

Videos had earlier surfaced on Twitter showing a witness narrating how a young man was allegedly gunned down in Delta by SARS officials who fled with his vehicle.

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