Ghanaian rapper, Kwesi Arthur, has hit on African Leaders for their silence over a protest against police brutality in Nigeria.
Nigerian youth over the past few weeks have joined their voices to protest against the rapid cases of police brutality in the country with the hashtag #EndSARS on twitter.
After a massacre in Lagos on Tuesday, October 20, on protesters yesterday, which led to the killing of 70 people and left many with severe injury; voices have gone up but none has been from an African leader on the continent.
The Ghanaian hip-hop artist took to twitter to slam African leaders for their silence.
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our leaders are silent cos them all dey read the same manual.
— Heavy Hitta!!! (@KWESIARTHUR_) October 20, 2020
The 2019 BET nominee had people buying his thought in the comment section and wondering why Ghana President Nana Akuffo-Addo, the chairman of the ECOWAS is silent.
Is sad I don't know why Nana Addo has been silent, being the Chairman of ECOWAS
— BLessED🎮🇳🇬🇬🇭 (@KwadwoMhan_) October 20, 2020
The governments are scared right now…
The youth is awake and our time is now.The government should get ready for the second phase of the protest.
R.i.p to our fallen heros.
Your death will not be for waste..#EndSARS #EndPoliceBrutality #EndBadGovernmentinNIGERIA
— Experience (@HEISEXPERIENCE) October 20, 2020
That's the manual they all read at AU or ECOWAS meeting!!!. Make youth poorer so that they will use us against each other 😭😭😭
— Stream Laycon Music!💡🇬🇭 🌍 (@ShariflarryArt) October 20, 2020