Nigerian singer, Burna Boy has averred that Nigeria was built on human rights violation.
The ‘African Giant’ made this known as a temporary host on ‘The Ebro Show’, a music radio show, usually anchored by Ebro Darden, an American media personality.
During his segment of the show dubbed ‘Miseducation Radio’, the singer described the campaign against police brutality as unparalleled in the history of Nigeria.
“What is happening now has always been like a fantasy in my head. But now seeing this, everybody is together, nobody is placing anyone above others, no one is leading anything, everybody is on the frontline and at the background together at the same thing,” he said.
“This is something that has never happened in the history of Nigeria. It’s a lot bigger than what it started out to as. It began as a protest but now it has become a revolution because it now goes deeper than fighting to end police brutality.”
Burna Boy noted that Nigeria’s are as a result of its faulty foundation, arguing that the country was “built on human rights violation”.
“Nigeria was built on human rights violation so it’s hard to fix on a result of what we are built on. We should never end after #EndSARS until there is real change in the country because this is the only opportunity we have,” he said.