The Minister of Youths and Sports, Sunday Dare, has reacted to the tweet by singer, Naira Marley, on his plans to lead an #EndSASRbrutality protest on Tuesday (today).

The Minister of Youths and Sports, Sunday Dare, has reacted to the tweet by singer, Naira Marley, on his plans to lead an #EndSASRbrutality protest on Tuesday (today).

The Minister of Youths and Sports, Sunday Dare, has reacted to the tweet by singer, Naira Marley, on his plans to lead an #EndSASRbrutality protest on Tuesday (today).

Recall that we had earlier reported that the “Issa Goal” singer, on his Twitter tweeted about his plans to lead #EndSASRbrutality peaceful protest in Lagos.

Reacting to his tweet, the Minister appealed to him and other youths to shelve the protest as their grievances regarding the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad and police brutality are currently being addressed.

Dare tweeted: “I urge you and other youth not to embark upon any protest.

“Your grievances are being addressed at the highest level of government.

“As the Minister in charge of youth I know this is an issue that must be tackled. Government is doing just that.”

Meanwhile, Naira Marley was yet to respond to the Minister’s appeal as at press time.

Azeez Adeshina Fashola (born 10 May, 1991), known professionally as Naira Marley, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter. He is known as the president of his controversial fan base, "Marlians".

Naira Marley was born in Agege, Lagos State, Nigeria. At the age of 11, he moved to Peckham, South London, England. He studied at Porlock Hall before attending Walworth School, where he obtained his General Certificate of Secondary Education. Naira Marley graduated with a distinction in business from Peckham Academy. He also studied business law at Crossways College (now Christ the King Sixth Form College).

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