Nigerian singer and saxophonist, Seun Kuti, has blasted the Lagos State Governor, BabaJide Sanwo-Olu, over 'Peace Walk' invitation.
He said the governor should bring about justice, not just talking about peace walk.
Kuti's statement comes after the Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu's invite to Nigerian youths for a peace walk to to signal a new beginning towards the rebuilding of the state following the #ENDSARs panel report.
According to 'African Dreams' singer, the first step to peace in the state, is to ensure justice for all victims of police brutality.
Just like his fellow colleagues, Mr Macaroni and Falz humbly declined, he has also followed suit.
He said, "I don’t need to walk next to the governor before there is peace in Lagos.
"The governor should walk the walk he is talking about by bringing about justice.
"The governor is not an embodiment of justice, Seun Kuti is not an embodiment of justice, Falz is not an embodiment of justice, Mr Macaroni is not an embodiment of justice also."