SARS: Buhari’s minister begs Naira Marley against protest


Popular Nigerian singer, Naira Marley has been urged to desist from embarking on his peaceful protest against men of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).

The Minister of Youths and Sports, Sunday Dare, on Monday, said the grievances faced by Nigerians are being addressed, hence no need to embark on peaceful protest.

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Naira Marley had called for a peaceful protest over the illegality of some operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS.

The singer had vowed to lead the protest against injustice meted out on Nigerians.

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The Minister of Youths and Sports, Sunday Dare

Advising the singer against the protest, the minister said the federal government was determined to tackle the issue.

In a tweet, the minister wrote: “I urge you and other youth not to embark upon any protest. Your grievances are being addressed at the highest level of government.

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“As the Minister in charge of youth I know this is an issue that must be tackled. Government is doing just that.”