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Bobrisky vows never to involve in #EndSARS protest, reveals why

Nigerian controversial cross-dresser, Idris Olanrewaju Okuneye known to people as Bobrisky has insisted on not joining the ongoing EndSARS peaceful protest among Nigerian youths.

In a post shared by Bob on his Instagram account on Monday, October 12, he noted that he already posted about EndSARS on his page and it doesn’t call for the need to enter the street to protest.


He foresees the scenario where he will get killed and leaves his 85-year-old grand mother and his brothers who are all under his care.

Bob however, urged Nigerians to desist from disturbing him or telling him what to do as he has chosen not to protest.

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He wrote; “Some of you need slap !!! After posting end SARS on my page l should still go out and protest, so if police mistakenly fire gun and d bullet mistakenly kill me.. you will help me take care is my 85yrs Grand mother abi or my brothers who still look up to me.”

“You must be crazy. You think is all celebrities that have good mind to help people the way do? So if l die now, you think justice for Bobrisky will wake me up from death. If I slap u ehnnnn you will disappear rubbish!!!”

Meanwhile, EndSARS protest has been ongoing in the country for over a week and Nigerian youths in the campaign have demanded that government abolish the lawless and notorious police unit known as Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS.

Even though the police unit has been disbanded, youths are still out there protesting that Police brutality should stop and Nigerian Police reformed.

This and more were also discussed during a meeting with the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu by Nigerian music star, Davido and his team who represented the youths on Monday, October 12 in Police Headquarter, Abuja.

Until a tangible care is taken, the young citizens have vowed to continue the protest and probably hear an executive order from the president, Muhammadu Buhari.

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