Toyin Abraham leads #EndSars protest in Ibadan.
In a series of photos and video clips on her, Twitter handle on Saturday,
Abraham was seen clutching a microphone and charging others to support the #EndSARS campaign.
The development less than 24 hours after the filmmaker came under fire on Twitter for promoting ‘Fate of Alakada’, her new movie, amid the demonstrations against the police unit.
The movie star took to her Twitter page on Saturday, October 10, 2020, where she shared videos from the protest.
“I am more than my movies, I am an instrument for change and a destiny implementer. You can do this. Love you all. #EndSARS,” she wrote on Twitter
Abraham’s latest action may be connected to the backlash she received from Nigerians on Twitter on Friday, October 9, for promoting her movie ‘Fate Of Alakada.’
She was accused of not taking a stance like other celebrities who have been protesting or lending their voices to curb the menace created by the special police unit.
She also refers to herself as“agent for change and destiny implementer,”
while condemning the brutality and extrajudicial killings of Nigerians by the police unit.
“I am more than my movies, I am an instrument for change and a destiny implementer. You can do this. Love you all. #EndSARS,” she wrote on Twitter.
The renewed protests against SARS started last Saturday after a video showing a man allegedly gunned down in Delta by its officials went viral.
The protest was live in ibadan.
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