Nigerian singer, Seun Kuti has stated that as the youths continue to fight against police brutality with their voice and the ongoing protest, they must realize that this is the beginning of more reforms in the country.
Sharing his view in a post on Instagram, he stated that there are more things to fight against including poor educational system, bad roads and inadequate healthcare system.
He enthused that the goal is a better Nigeria and that fight goes beyond reforming the police, hence the youths must not give up or slow down.
Seun Kuti wrote, “The brutality against us isn’t only by the police! There is domestic brutality of homelessness. Educational brutality of inadequate and underfunded schools the brutality of road accidents due to bad roads nko?
“The brutality of darkness and high tariffs. Ladies and Gentlemen the Nigerian government have been killing their people since forever. SARS is following orders just the way the people that killed my grand mother were following orders. Don’t let them give you scape goats! If those officers have been running rampant for years then all their commanding officers must be brought to book to for negligence and as accessories to those crimes or else this is nothing but theatre.
“Our goal is a better Nigeria and overhauling the police isn’t going to create a better Nigeria, it’s the entire relationship between the people the government and our resources that must be at the core of our demand.”Photo Credit: Instagram