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Popular actress opens up on how her father and brother were killed by policemen

Fast rising Nigerian actress, Isaac Nsikan has revealed how her brother and father were both killed by the Nigerian policemen.

This is coming amid the clamour for change by Nigerians protesting against police brutality in the country.

According to her, they were both killed by stray bullets fired by the officers.

Nsikan in a post shared on her Instagram page on Wednesday October 14, stated that 22 years ago, her father was killed by a stray bullet fired by a police officer.

Twenty years after, her elder brother was also killed by a stray bullet in front of her family house. The actress stated that she has personally felt the pain of police brutality and is happy that a revolution is happening now.

She wrote:

“”I HAVE PERSONALLY FELT THE PAIN!
IT HAS BEEN THERE FOR MANY MANY YEARS.
IT HAS BEEN A STRUGGLE, I HAVE HAD MY SILENT CRIES AND I HAVE PICKED MYSELF BACK UP… IT TOOK A WHILE BUT THANK GOD THE REVOLUTION HAS BEGAN!
#endsars
#endpolicebrutality #endills #nigeria”

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Nigeria is finished, my children will never join the police force – Police Officer cries out

Nigerian Police

A Police officer has cried out about the state of the country and the job following the Massive End SARs protests happening across the country.

According to him, "no policeman is enjoying and we are paid nothing, our spokesman Frank Mba is just speaking fine English"

The policeman who has been on the job for 17 years recounts some of his challenges in an interview with Info Nigeria.

The distraught security operatives also disclosed that he has been unable to pay his house rent for 3 years and might be sent packing from where he stays in Ikotun area of Lagos.

He also challenged Frank Mba to a debate while pointing out that he can’t train his children in police barracks.

Entertainment News

Don’t spend any money, end SWAT now – Don Jazzy reacts to new police unit

Popular music producer, Don Jazzy has called for a scrap of the new police unit, Special Weapons and Tactics Team (SWAT).

Kemi Filani News recalls the new department is a replacement of the recently disbanded department of the Nigeria Police Force, Special Anti-Robbery Squads (SARs), following a nationwide protest against police brutality and harassment.

The Mavin Records‘ boss out rightly condemned the new unit, SWAT, as unnecessary and should be terminated to avoid the Government from listing unnecessary expenses in setting up the unit

“They should just end this SWAT now before it starts o. “’Nobi’ tomorrow now they will say they spent money to do logo, spend money to do uniforms. Don’t spend any money o, end it now before it matures,”...

Naija Music

Wizkid postpones ‘Made in Lagos’ album launch

Wizkid

Popular Nigerian singer, Ibrahim Balogun, better known as Wizkid has postponed his Made in Lagos album launch.

The Yoruba born singer made this known on Tuesday.

The album was supposed to be launched on the 15th of October, 2020 but due to the ongoing protests against Police Brutality and corruption in Nigeria, Wizkid decided to postpone the release date.

A fan took to his Twitter page to confirm if Wizkid still had plans for the album by asking;

“#SarsMustGoNow ……but @wizkidayo MIL go still drop?”

Wizkid simply replied;

“Not yet !! Mad times!!”

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