An Ibadan-born Fuji musician, Mr. Saheed Okunola known as Saheed Osupa has stated his support for the ongoing call for the complete abolition of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).
Osupa, DAILY POST, gathered his home in Lagos to join the protesters in Ibadan, the capital of Oyo State on Friday.
Our correspondent reports that Osupa was among the youths locked down the Ibadan Challenge area on Friday as the widespread protest against police brutality by Nigerian youths.
The Fuji musician while speaking insisted that the protest was a sign that the large population of the country is now getting her voice.
He said that this was the reason the young people wanted reforms in the country.
He said, “I am delighted to be joining other young people, we are complaining that they will stop the brutality of the police, it is far from ending SARS.
“Even after they have announced, there are a number of other things we are talking about. ”
Some of the youngsters who are complaining are standing at vehicles.
They shouted a slogan while others carried flags.
Other protesters blocked roads to Lagos from Challenge /
Ring Road, a development that led to a several-hour heavy grid break on Friday.
Some of the protesters lamented their unjustified arrest from SARS and had to forfeit large sums before being released from their service.