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#EndSARS: Rapper CDQ Moves To Kwara For Protest

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#EndSARS: Rapper CDQ Moves To Kwara For Protest

Nigerian rapper, CDQ Olowo, has revealed that the protests against SARS in his native state, Kwara, is being politicized for selfish reasons.

The 35-year-old hip hop artist, whose real name is Sodiq Abubakar Yusuf, took to his Twitter page to reveal this information. He also said he is ready to go to the state to champion the protests.

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His tweet reads:

“I heard they already politicized protest in my state which is Kwara State. bad eggs will always be bad eggs but we won’t let them stop us from achieving our goals. zero politics. for the good course we move Kwara I’m coming #EndSARS #EndPoliceBrutality #ENDBADGOVERNANCE”

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#EndSARS: ‘God Has Not Lost Control’ – Kate Henshaw

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Kate Henshaw

Nigerian actress, Kate Henshaw, has offered hope to Nigerians who are finding it hard to move on from the Lekki Tollgate shooting. The movie star wants them to know that God has not lost control of things.

She also shared how she is numb and still in shock, especially as the events replay in her mind. She used the same medium to appreciate those who reached out to check on her.

She is also hopeful that Nigeria will be rid of evil, even as she continues to tweet the hashtag #EndSARS.

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Taking to Twitter, she writes:

“Nothing good about the morning. Numb and in shock still as the events of Tuesday #LekkiMassacre2020 replay in my mind. Thank you to all who reached out to check on me. One thing is sure, God has not lost control. Nigeria will be rid of evil! #EndSARS”

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‘Nigeria Needs To Change Quickly’ – Actress Omotola Jalade Ekeinde

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Nollywood actress, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, has called for an urgent change in Nigeria following the tragic incidents that claimed the lives of innocent youths such as Oke Obi-Enadhuze.

Taking to Twitter, the movie star says Nigeria cannot afford to lose more innocent lives. In her words:

“Nigeria needs to change quickly! We can’t continue to lose some of the best, we can’t continue to lose anyone because WE DO NOT VALUE HUMAN LIFE! I’m livid. There has to be More we can do. #Weneedbiggerstrategies #TakebackNigeria #EndBadGovernanceInNigeria”

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She further shared some words on the state of affairs in Africa, calling for healing in Africa.

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DMW Artist, Dremo Releases New Song In Remembrance Of Lekki Tollgate Massacre

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DMW signed artist, Aboriomoh Femi Raymond, better known as Dremo, has released a new song titled ‘OMG’ in remembrance of the Lekki Tollgate shooting on Tuesday, October  20, 2020.

The musician took to his Twitter page on Thursday afternoon to share the streaming link to the song. He writes:

“only way i can lend my voice, and ama keep lending it #nowplaying OMG via @audiomack”

The Oyo-born artist became musically inclined since the age of 12 when he used to visit the studio to learn music production. Recounting his early days in music, he says his father, who is a pastor, paid for his first studio sessions.

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Upon meeting Davido in 2016, he got signed alongside Mayorkun.

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