Burna Boy Says #EndSARS Now A Revolution In BBC 1Xtra Interview
Nigerian Afrobeats superstar Burna Boy was On October 19, 2020, gave an interview to Tiffany Calver on the BBC 1Xtra Rap show.
During the interview, Burna Boy spoke extensively on the recent happenings in Nigeria, especially the #EndSARS protests. He shared how #EndSARS have grown to be something of a revolution.
He says, “You have to understand that this is bigger than Nigeria because you have to understand that Nigeria is the biggest black nation on the face of the earth. I believe that any revolution will start from there.
“If Nigeria can overcome and reach its full potential and the youth can make sure that happens by rising up fight for their rights like they’re doing at this time, then that’s going to be like a domino effect for rest of the world, you know.”
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“That’s why its so important than just us as Nigerians and what we’ve been suffering for years at the hands of these politicians. This is just the beginning, man. It’s not just about EndSARS at this point, it’s become a revolution. It’s become ‘We want the new Nigeria’ and soon it will become ‘We want the new Africa.’”
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