“I dey vex abeg”: Mike Edwards, John Boyega, Patricia Bright and other stars lead Nigerians in diaspora’s cry to #EndSARS

Nigeria British stars are lending their voices to the #EndSARS movement.

John Boyega, Patricia Bright, Mike Edwards and Nabil Abdulrashid shared their views on twitter and Instagram while Khafi Kareem joined the campaign in Lagos Nigeria, offering the Nigerian President Muhammad Buhari, her expertise gained from previous as an ex-police officer in the UK

In a twitter post, Star Wars actor, John Boyega, 28, wrote, “The youth in Nigeria deserve good leadership and guidance. This situation is tied to many other issues.

Please lend your attention to this pressing problem! #EndSARSImmediately #EndSarsProtests #ENDSARS #EndSARSProtest”.

Patricia Bright also expressed her views on twitter. The 33 years old Youtuber wrote, “As part of the diaspora some times it’s hard to know what to do when things back home are NOT OK.

But we can’t just forget about our family who are dealing with this on a daily basis. Our voices have to be used all over the world #EndSARS”.

Athlete and Ex Big Brother Naija contestant, Mike Edwards expressed “I dey vex abeg” following the killing of Jimoh Isiaq today at a protest.

Mike Edwards, John Boyega and Patricia Bright lend their voices to the #EndSARS campaign while Khafi Kareem lead a protest in Nigeria

Britain’s Got Talent breakout Nigerian comedian Nabil his thoughts via an Instagram video, while Khafi Kareem joined the protests in Nigeria.

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