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I have suffered, my kids must not - Small Doctor says





- Nigerian singer, Small Doctor, said the speech delivered by President Buhari made him numb

- According to the Penalty crooner, his children must not suffer like he did in Nigeria

- Fans of the star took to the comment section to express their frustrations and anger

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In line with recent happenings in the country, one thing Nigerians demanded relentlessly was that President Muhammadu Buhari addressed them.

After days of asking, he eventually did on October 22, and his speech left a trail of mixed reactions from nationals.

Nigerian artiste Small Doctor was one of the disappointed bunch.

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Small Doctor says president's speech made him numb Source: @iam_smalldoctor/Instagram
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According to the musician, Buhari's nationwide broadcast left him numb. He stated that he has suffered as a Nigerian but his children must not go through the same experience.

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He said:

"That speech Just Made me go numb. I have suffered, my kids must not suffer. #EndsSARS #EndBuhari."

See his Twitter post below:

His fans also expressed their anger and frustrations in the comment section.

Below are some of the reactions:

A tweep noted that the president did not even mention anything about the shootings at Lekki tollgate.

King Josh said the speech will make a deaf person angry.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Small Doctor led a massive peaceful protest, and mobilized youths from Agege to Alausa, Ikeja.

The music star who called for the protest on social media, especially for people in Agege and its environs, said the people would never stop until their voices were heard and police brutality in the country is brought to an end.

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The singer also announced that the take-off point was Agege, Pen Cinema and that they would leave early in the morning under the sun or in the rain. He also implored his fans to wear their face masks.

He wrote:

“Another peaceful protest tomorrow [friday 9th Oct]Agege Lagos Mainland, I’m coming out with me,myself & I. Our demand is straightforward, end police brutality. We’ll never stop until our voice is heard.”

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