#ENDSARS: ‘Our lives are not safe, Nigeria is falling’ – Yemi Alade

The citizens of Nigeria both the young and old has come to the streets to protest for good governance and standing against police brutality in the country.

Singer, songwriter and award winning Yemi Alade, has lent her voice to the ongoing protest on police brutality in Nigeria.

She took to her Twitter handle to pour out her thoughts with the struggles of the common citizen in Nigeria.

She has also appealed to the Nigerian government to put an end to bad governance and demands for change.

“The common man in Nigeria is suffering and our lives are not safe. How do we get a better future, if the leaders aren’t taking notice of the fact that Nigeria is falling to pieces. #NigerianLivesMatter #StopPoliceBrutalityinNigeria #EndBadGovernanceinNIGERIA”

Oluwashina Odebode

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