Afro beat singer, Seun Kuti, has spoken about the brutality of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) towards some Nigerians.
The 36-year-old leader of his father’s (Fela) former band Egypt 80 believes SARS will continue to harass innocent Nigerians because they believe it is normal.
The Grammy nominee singer made this known during an interview with Sahara Reporters.
According to him, these special police officers are only doing what they are ordered to do.
“If you think there is a problem with SARS then there is a problem with you. SARS is doing what they are paid to do, they are doing exactly what they are ordered to do. You don’t understand the attitude and psychology behind our behaviour but we all want to cry, the victim. SARS is the manifestation of our own acceptance of our dehumanisation. As black people, one thing we should know is that we are entitled to be everything that humanity is, especially the bad and still be considered human being. No matter what you do, you are still a human being, this is what humans do.”
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