Kiki, who has over 237,000 Instagram followers, shared an image which bore the inscription, ‘End Police Brutality’ on her official Instagram page with the caption, ‘POLICE BRUTALITY MUST END NOW.. #endpolicebrutality #endsars’.
Zahra, on the other hand, shared a similar image as Kiki on her Instagram story but has since taken down the post.
Expectedly, their Instagram comment sections have been overtaken by critics who have asked them to relay the demands of the masses to their influential fathers.
The protests for comprehensive police reform continued in various parts of the country on Monday despite the dissolution of the notorious police unit, SARS, on Sunday.
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