Veteran Nollywood actress and filmmaker, Genevieve Nnaji has penned an open letter to the President of Nigeria, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari over the ongoing EndSars campaign.

#EndSars: 'My niece was harassed at the age of 13' – Genevieve Nnaji pens open letter to Pres. Buhari

#EndSarsProtests  is currently going on across all states in the country as

Nigerians ask the Government to scrap the force department that have been accused

of molesting and assaulting youths.

Special Anti-Robbery Squad popularly known as SARS have been accused of a lot

of wrongdoings which includes terrorising youths of the country to their own benefits

and Nigerians have asked for the department be ended and not be reformed

as stated by the government.

With the whole social media world still buzzing and clamouring for the same goal,

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Genevieve Nnaji took to her social media platforms to advise President Buhari

on the way forward.

The beautiful screen diva via the post explained how her niece was harassed by

operatives of the department for carrying her own personal laptop at the age of 13.

She noted that though complaint were made, nothing happened as the case was swept under the carpet.

The award winning actress who couldn’t hide how she feels about the trauma some

youths have gone through voiced out her frustrations as she advised the president to

make a move so as to safe guard the life’s of youths who are always labelled as the leaders of tomorrow.

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Read her open letter to Pres. Buhari below:



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