All The Celebrities Protesting In Solidarity With #EndSARS Campaign

Celebrities On EndSARS Protests OnoBello

As protests against police brutality continue around the country, crowds of protestors are continuously turning out in droves to protest the harassments and extrajudicial executions carried out by operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).

With hundreds of protestors flooding the streets, celebrities have taken to their platforms and used their influence to speak to call for action.

While some famous faces like Runtown and Falz have led peaceful physical protests, others have been spotted on social media fighting for justice while spreading important messages along the way.

From Davido to Kate Henshaw, below are the celebrities who are standing in solidarity with their followers and calling for the end of the tactical police unit.


The rapper who is know for his anti-police brutality activism positioned a question to the Federal Government and other important authorities while calling for a change.


The star singer called on international media outlets to help shed a spotlight on the ongoing cause.


The Nollywood actress on Friday fumed on Twitter, while quoting two statement shared by a former Director-General of the Bureau of Public Service Reforms and convener of the #EndSARS movement.


The DMW rapper poured out his frustration in a new song titled, “THIEVES IN UNIFORM”.

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The veteran TV host shared words of encouragement while expressing why it might be impossible for the Federal Government to politicize the protests.


The ‘Blow My Mind’ singer pleaded with everyone to come together and end the woes, alongside a powerful image.


The actress kept it short and straight-to-the-point by asking for the police unit to be abolished.

The celebrated singer called out the President after he sent a get-well-soon message to US President Donald Trump who was recently diagnosed with COVID-19.


The BBNaija star told her fans to use the same energy they directed towards the global Black Lives Matter protests for the #EndSARS campaign.


The reality TV star cum actress told her fans to come together and direct their attention towards the #EndSARS movement instead of her new short film.


The UK-based actor called for the Federal Government to address the “pressing problem” while noting that the youths deserve good leadership and guidance.


The popular on-air personality who marched during yesterday’s peace protests gave a powerful and insightful speech.


The Nollywood actor disagreed with the controversial comments made by Frank Mba, the Police spokesman who appeared in an interview and downplayed the efforts of concerned Nigerians on Friday.


The magazine publisher and socialite simply shared screenshots of his Instagram posts where he lamented about the never-ending issues.


The ‘Ego’ singer posed a question to his fans on Twitter.


The TV host address the press release shared by the Presidency when the #EndSAR campaign resurfaced last weekend.


The popular radio host poured out her frustration about the unjust killings by the security operatives.

The comedian who is one of the public figures, leading the protests in Lagos on Friday called for the tactical police unit to the scrapped.

The Nigerian footballer put it simple and well when he tweeted: “Enough is Enough”

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