SA celebs stand with Nigerian youths during this tough time
20th of October, 2020 has gone up in history as one of the darkest days Nigeria has ever recorded, and South Africans, including her celebrities join their brothers and sisters to mourn the fallen heroes.
It was reported that after days of peacefully protesting against the Special Anti-Robbery Squad(SARS), using the hashtag End SARS, the Nigerian army took conscious steps to shot and kill peaceful protesters in Lagos, Nigeria.
Videos of the young Nigerian standing firm and singing the national anthem despite the shooting has gone viral, other heartbreaking videos, which leaves the heart in a shattered state has been seen by some of South Africans fave.
Taking to social media, Mzansi celebs lend their voice against the Nigerian government shooting and killing their youths.
Names of celebs who supported are endless, the likes of Cassper Nyovest, Thando Thabete, Moozlie, Pearl Thusi, DJ Maphorisa and many others.
We must stand with our brothers & sisters in Nigeria. What’s happening to them is happening to all of us! #EndSars
— #ImAStar OUT NOW !!! (@nomoozlie) October 21, 2020
— Madumane (@DjMaphorisa) October 21, 2020
Nigeria you have blood on your hands pic.twitter.com/9UZkcUkPvu
— Pianochella (@MAJORLEAGUEDJZ) October 21, 2020
What a reckless way of dealing with your issues!!! Why would all of these reputable publications post fake news? All the videos circulating with real evidence surely can’t be fake?
Own your actions and stop the violence against your own people! Save your people, not yourselves! https://t.co/h1dRo2h4RR
— BANINGI is OUT (@MsCosmoSA) October 21, 2020
Please create awenesss and pray for Nigeria with the fight to #EndSARS , South Africa for the #AmINext movement for women and children are not safe & Congo for #CongoIsBleeding . Africa is a bloodbath. It is really scary and our leaders have failed us.
— R.M Phoolo (@casspernyovest) October 21, 2020
Praying for Nigeria, what we are reading about and seeing is heartbreaking #EndSARS
— uHulumeni has a PriceToPay (@MissPru_Dj) October 21, 2020
It’s devastating to see what’s happening in Nigeria rite now! Protesters getting killed Yet again the government fails the people… Prayers for Nigeria #EndSARS
— 16 (@L_Tido) October 21, 2020
— SHEKHINAH (@shekhinahd) October 21, 2020
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