Nigerians Celebs Who Pomoted EndSars Protest Dragged to Court- Burna Boy, Falz, Peter Okoye, Others Cited

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An activist, Kenechukwu Okeke has filed a criminal complaint before a Chief Magistrate’s court in Abuja against fifty celebs who masterminded the EndSars protest.

He filed the complaint claiming during the protest, his properties were destroyed and truly want the following celebs to held accountable.

The defendants include; Folarin Falana, Aisha Yesufu, Oseyi Etomi, Sam Adeyemi, Yemi Alade, Rinu Oduala, Peter Okoye, Paul Okoye, Kanu Nwankwo, Deji Adeyanju, Dr. Joe Abah, Banky W, Kiki Mordi, Modupe Odele, Burna Boy.

Others are Uche Jombo, Tiwa Savage, Ayodeji Makun, Apaokagi Mayram, Ayo Sogunro, David Adeleke, Pamilerin Adegoke, Japheth Omojuwa, Micheal Collins, Chinedu Okoli, Yul Edochie, Innocent Idibia, Debo Adebayo, Feyikemi Abudu.

Okeke, who alleged that during the protest, his properties were destroyed, states that the defendants who promoted the #EndSARS protests must be brought to Justice.

He said, “I shall instigate a private criminal prosecution against all the alleged perpetrators and coordinators of the #EndSARS riots on Twitter. The nation bled, lives lost, and properties worth billions destroyed as a result of the sheer recklessness of some persons.

“Having initiated criminal proceedings against the #EndSARS riots promoters at exactly 1052hrs WAT, 09/11/2020, we shall ensure that same is diligently prosecuted in the interest of defence, public safety and public order. The Federal Republic of Nigeria is country of laws.”

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