Nigerian protesters protesting an end to police brutality in the country have shown their relentlessness in achieving a “better Nigeria.”

As protests with the #EndSARS currently rocks the nation and has spread to other parts of the world, Nigerian singer Reekado Banks chose to announce the release of a new song.

Banks in a tweet announced that his song “Omo Lomo,” a collaboration with superstar singer Wizkid is set for release at midnight.

The tweet has since generated controversy as many slammed the singer for being insensitive to think about releasing a song at this time of agitation.

Interestingly, his collaborator Wizkid is also one of those who slammed Banks for the tweet.

In a now-deleted response to the tweet, Wizkid called Banks a “fool” for choosing this period to promote “Omo Lomo.”

Wizkid has been very vocal about his support of the #EndSARS campaign and attended a protest held in London.

Prior to that, he called out Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari asking the president to focus on issues affecting the country. This led to a clash between the singer and one of the aides of the president, Lauretta Onochie.

That is not the first time Wizkid is calling out the Nigerian president. In June this year, Wizkid criticised Buhari in wake of the recent killings in the country. The “Joro” crooner likened the Nigerian president to the president of the United States,  Donald Trump. According to Wizkid, both presidents are clueless and the only difference between them is that one is addicted to Twitter.

Ironically, Wizkid was scheduled to release his long-anticipated album “Made In Lagos” but in light of the present situation in the country, the album’s release has been postponed.

Wizkid was not alone in slamming Banks as some other Nigerians in their reaction also said the song is a distraction but not a welcomed one.

CREDIT:guardian.org

Ihedioha Stella reporting from ProbitasReport

Stella@probitasreport.com

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