Award winning singer and songwriter, Paul Okoye popularly known as Rude Boy have revealed plans to release a new song that will be used as protest against Police Brutality in the country.

#EndSars: Thank God I rejected police Ambersedor sh!t – Rude Boy

Police Brutality have become a trending issue over the past few years but this

past few days have been intense as Nigerians have taken to the streets

to protest against the bad behaviors of police officers.

Hashtag EndSars have been trending on all social media platforms across the country

and this also trended in different part of the world like the United States

and England as top personalities across the world join Nigerians in fighting for their right.

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With the protest still going on, Rude Boy have ensured he supports the citizens in

their quest as he’s been speaking out on all his social media platforms.

Rude Boy some hours ago stated how glad he is that he rejected a

police ambassadorial deal that was given to him some years ago.

In a bid to make his intentions more clear on the situation of things, Rude Boy have

revealed that a new single preaching against Police Brutality will be

released tomorrow, October 12.

The award winning singer and songwriter dropped the artwork for the new song and fans will surely be anticipating the release.

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