Multiple award winning American singer and songwriter, Alicia Keys have motivated Nigerians across the globe not to give up in their pursuit for good Governance.

Don't Give Up, Stay Hopeful – Alicia Keys motivates EndSARS protesters (Video)

EndSars movement have been trending on all social media platforms for the past few

days as Nigerians want an end to police brutality that have become a

major concern in the country.

Youths have taken to the streets to protest for good Governance but things took a

new twist four days ago when peaceful protesters were shut at the Lekki tollgate, a

move international body have condemned.

With the likes of Beyonce, Drake, Rihanna and other big names in the American

entertainment industry already speaking out against the action, Alicia Keys

have lend her voice and it’s one Nigerians will be proud of.

The award winning songwriter took to her official Instagram page to pen some

motivational words for Nigerians on the need to move forward and not lose focus.

According to Alicia Keys, police brutality is a national pandemic that should not

be allowed in a country and thus it should be stopped.

She noted that the mentality that allows it to exists in the country must be

deconstructed and with the people united, this can be make possible.

See her post below:

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