The first lady, Aisha Buhari has called on her husband, the president of Nigeria to heed to the call of the bloodshed and suffering of citizens.
This is coming following the movement against police brutality, EndSARs protest, that has been on for the last 10 days.
In support of the EndSARs movement, the first lady via her official Twitter page shared a video with a compilation of photos of President Buhari in a meeting with all the service chiefs, crowned with a hashtag #AChechijamaa which means ‘rescue the people.’
The background song used in the video is titled “Arewa na Kuka’ which means ‘the North weeps,” a song by Kannywood actor Adam Zango.
A loose translation to the song is, “In the name of God, pay attention/We seek your help/The North is weeping/ Our blood is being shed/Our people are being killed/Our property torched.”
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