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EndSARS: Runtown lambastes Nigerians making jokes about leaving the country

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EndSARS: Runtown lambastes Nigerians making jokes about leaving the country

Multiple award winning singer and songwriter, Runtown have attacked Nigerians who are making jokes about leaving the country due to the current situation of things.

EndSARS: Runtown lambastes Nigerians making jokes about leaving the country

Nigeria in the past few days have become a scary place to live as youths who have

been protesting against Police Brutality have been forced to lick their wounds.

Some protesters have been pronounced dead while some have sustained

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severe injury and are still in the hospital recovering, a move that have made

many declare their intention of leaving the country.

Runtown who alongside Falz woke up the lion in the youths when they led the first

peaceful protest have now attacked those who are seeing everything as a joke

especially this time when everyone is fighting for their right.

The talented singer noted that fight against bad Governance is not finish and

anyone making memes and jokes about leaving the country are stupid and

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have lost their mind.

See his post below:

Runtown have been consistent in speaking against police brutality ever since the

movement started and youths have been applauding him on social media

for the past few days.

With the war against bad Governance still trending on the internet, Runtown does not look like someone that will be backing off anytime soon.

EndSARS: Runtown lambastes Nigerians making jokes about leaving the country
Adedokun Moses

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