President of Marlian fan base, Azeez Adeshina Fashola well known as Naira Marley was quite disappointed as he shared a viral video on his Instagram page which showed how schools kids were been arrested, beaten and placed in a van for allegedly been criminals and addressing themselves as Naira Marley.
In the viral video, school kids are seen been bundle into a van by officers of Amotekun, recorded by a lady who is believed to be a teacher in the school and was emphatically describing the children as criminals.
Naira Marley who has been tagged by many one of the most controversial and influential artists in the Nigerian music industry wasn't in any way please to see the disheartening video as he highlighted how disappointed he was to see kids who are all minors get arrested and abused by uniformed men with guns.
The award winning singer and songwriter called on the attention of Nigerians and the world at large as he demands the imminent arrest of the lady recording the viral video, the teachers and the men with guns.
He also added that he will love to meet up with the kids, and promises them compensation.
Here are some screenshot of the video
The video like I said earlier, has gone viral, as top celebrities, including football stars such as Kenneth Omeruo, John Ogu and entertainer such as Bro Shaggi, Crazeclown, Mohbad, Zinoleesky and many others has already reacted to the video.
Here are some reactions below
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