Ace music producer Don Jazzy, Genevieve Nnaji, YBNL act: Fireboy among other celebrities have condemned the gruesome killings of Vera Uwaila: a 100 level student of University of Benin who was raped and murdered and Tina Ezekwe who was shot by the police in Lagos.
Vera Uwaila, 22 was raped and killed in a Redeem Church in Benin where she went to read while Tina Ezekwe: a 16 year old teenager was shot by the police at Oworo area of Lagos few days ago.
Don Jazzy and other top celebrities have strongly condemned the two gruesome acts as they took to their respective Twitter handles to react using the hashtags #JusticeforUwa and #JusticeforTina
See reactions below 👇
— ITS DONJAZZY AGAIN😉 (@DONJAZZY) May 31, 2020
Heart breaking to wake up everyday to sad news, it’s sickening and terrifying!!#WeAreTired
Uwa was RAPED and BRUTALLY MURDERED in cold blood while reading inside a CHURCH!!! what did she fu*cking do wrong!!!!!?😩😩
No one deserves this💔💔💔
— TACHA🔱🇳🇬🇬🇭 (@Symply_Tacha) May 31, 2020
Uwa was reading in a church where she was raped and killed. I’m heart broken seeing her pictures that I can’t even post. The perpetrators of this evil act must not go unpunished. #JusticeForUwa is a must !!!!!!!! 💔
— Odunlade Adekola (@Odunadekolade) May 31, 2020
terrible times. incidents like this shouldn’t keep happening, we need to speak up and more importantly, do better as a people. stop raping and killing, e no make sense! let’s not destroy our future with our own hands. 🙏🏾💔#JusticeForUwa #JusticeForTina
— Fireboy DML (@fireboydml) May 31, 2020
How easy it is to take a life you had no hand in creating…😢😢😢…what heartlessness dwells in hearts of these rapists and killers??🤬#JusticeForUwa
— Kate Henshaw (@HenshawKate) May 31, 2020
The people need a policing system they can trust.
Even the police no trust police force for Naija.
— T.E.S.L.I.M (@VectorThaViper) May 31, 2020
They either abuse their power, or have the power to abuse. In or out of uniform, we live in constant fear of men. Tina Ezekwe. Vera Omozuwa. Rest In Peace my darlings. We will get justice.🌹💔 pic.twitter.com/e9c4ODcEri
— Genevieve Nnaji MFR (@GenevieveNnaji1) May 31, 2020