Ivory Coast and Crystal Palace dazzler Wilfred Zaha has on Wednesday morning joined the Nigeria people calling on the Federal Government to put an end to the Special Anti Robbery Squad otherwise known as SARS in the country after the killing at Lekki Toll Gate in Lagos on Tuesday evening.
Many protesters were killed across the country on Tuesday, which made people to name the 20/10/2020 as the black Tuesday in Nigeria, which will forever be remembered by Nigerians.
Many footballers across the globe have joined the movement by calling on the Country's President Muhammadu Buhari to end the police brutality in the country.
Players like Arsenal's Mesut Ozil, Chelsea's James Reece, Antonio Rudiger, Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori, including many other players have joined the protest, before Wilfred Zaha of Crystal Palace joined on Wednesday morning.
Zaha wrote on his verified Twitter handle on Wednesday morning that;
"I don’t know what is going on in Nigeria right now but I pray it all stops because it’s painful seeing innocent people killed daily #EndSARS."
Fans have now started reacting by thanking him for joining the protest by speaking louder (Sorosoke).
May the Lord Almighty help our great nation 'Nigeria'.
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