Seun Kuti for Stolen Dreams protest

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May 1st, 2014
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The Change Movement Nigeria, a non-governmental organisation, is set to stage a peaceful protest tagged Stolen Dreams Walk today at CMS, on Lagos Island.

The walk, according to the organisers, is to protest against corruption, injustice, insecurity and the general socio-political realities in the country.

Afrobeat musician, Seun Kuti, has said he would be part of the peaceful protest, which will attract youths from different parts of the country.

“We the young people of Nigeria have had enough; we had enough when the first person was murdered by Boko Haram; we had enough when the first kobo was stolen by our ‘parasitic leaders’ aided by their foreign cohorts and we had enough when the first multinational pilfered our oil and destroyed our land. But the time has come to stop talking about change; the time has come for us to make it. That’s why we will be taking to the streets of Nigeria on the International Workers Day for the Stolen Dreams Protest,” said Seun Kuti.

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