How My Support For #EndSARS Protest Put Me upIn A Lot Of Trouble —Nigerian Singer, Davido

Nigerian musician, David Adedeji Adeleke, popularly often known as Davido, says he bought into hassle in the course of the #EndSARS protest after certainly one of his albums ‘A greater time’ grew to become the anthem for the motion. 

David made this identified in a current interview with Trevor Noah’s ‘The Daily Show’.

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The singer stated although he had not produced the music for that function, he’s honoured to have his tune representing the voice of the individuals. 

He stated he bought into a lot hassle that he needed to journey in another country in the course of the interval. 

He stated, “I did not record that song thinking that was going to happen but it’s amazing how I saw my voice being an instrument for people, it was amazing, I got into a lot of trouble, I had to actually leave the country.

“It was that bad, but it was amazing to see people come out like that and I will say this, they listened, they heard us, they might not have changed anything but they were shocked. I see a lot of young future leaders coming out in the next general elections, things are going to change.”

In October 2020, many Nigerians took to the streets to reveal in opposition to police brutality underneath the #EndSARS marketing campaign.

The calls for led to the disbandment of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) of the Nigeria Police Force.

Meanwhile, the tune ‘FEM’ had been launched a couple of weeks to the graduation of the protest forward of the bigger album. Coincidentally, it was recognised because the anthem of the protest. 

As younger Nigerians poured out into the streets throughout the nation to protest in opposition to police, the “FEM” lyrics reverberated.

At the time, a video surfaced online showing Babajide Sanwo-Olu, trying to address the protesters outside the Lagos State Government House.

The youths were seen chanting “O boy you don dey speak an excessive amount of” serving as proof of their dissatisfaction along with his response to their calls for.

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How My Support For #EndSARS Protest Put Me upIn A Lot Of Trouble —Nigerian Singer, Davido

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