Manchester United forward, Marcus Rashford have lend his support towards the abolishment of Special Anti-Robbery Squad popularly known as SARS in Nigeria.
Nigeria is currently not a safe place to be as protest have been organized in
different part of the country for the past few days over the injustice done by
members of the SARS, a department under the police force.
SARS operatives have been accused of committing many atrocities which includes
molesting and assaulting youths and this has led to the deaths of many innocent
souls in the country.
With hashtag EndSars being created on social media, Nigerians plea have been
heard across the world and top personalities in all walk of life have joined
in asking for the abolishment of the force.
Marcus Rashford have now joined the likes of Chelsea striker, Tammy Abraham who
has a Nigerian origin in protesting against the EndSars movement.
The talented England International took to his official Twitter page to voice out his
frustration by a short message which says,
“My thoughts and prayers with all those affected 🇳🇬”
Marcus Rashford have grown popular in recent days for fighting for the helpless as he was instrumental in helping the less privileged during the pandemic lockdown in United Kingdom.