One would recall the chaos and mayhem that struck Nigeria on the 20th of October, 2020. The Nigerian flag which was supposed to be a symbol of peace was filled with the blood and tears of all who carried it. The aftermath sprung even more deaths and destruction as hoodlums took this opportunity to rob, maim and prey on whoever they laid eyes on. Well, hours before the shooting, an artiste(though now deceased) came to give his support despite his health condition. Since today is a memorial for all who lost their lives during the EndSars protest, Reno Omokri hopes that this photo should one day be put on Nigeria's stamp.
Olanrewaju Abdul-Ganiu Fasasi popular known as Sound Sultan who died on the 11th of July, 2021, have been recognized by Reno Omokri due to his involvement in the October 2020 EndSars movement. Despite suffering from, Angioimmunoblastic T-cell Lymphoma (which took his life), he sacrificed his comfort to fight for the common man. What a hero! Reno believes that when a sane regime rises to power, this photo of Sound Sultan be put on Nigeria's stamp.
What do you think? Should Sound Sultan's photo be put on Nigeria's stamp someday?
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