Fast rising Nigerian singer and songwriter, Omah Lay have opened up on the important role social media is playing in the fight against police brutality as he noted that broadcasting stations have not been reporting the truth.
Nigeria in the past few days have left in a state of chaos as youths of the country
have been protesting against bad governance that have seen
many lost their lives.
With the Government yet to address the aggrieved youths, things got more worse
when some protesters at the famous Lekki tollgate was shot by men alleged to be
that of the Nigerian Army.
Scores were injured in the shoot out and this has got the global world talking as
they all continue to condemn the actions done to peaceful protesters.
Omah Lay during an interview with American media personality Saweetie
stayed how social media have been helping Nigerians in fighting the injustice
done to them by the Government.
The talented singer noted that broadcasting stations in the country have
not been reporting the whole story when it comes to fighting police brutality in the
country but the whole story have been reported by Nigerians on the internet.
He also revealed how he has been making use of his social media platforms in
voicing out his frustration on the situation of things in the country.
See video of Omah Lay speaking below: