Frequencie decries Police Brutality, Rights Abuse, Unveils Plan to Assist Upcoming Artistes
Written by Taiwo Adediran on June 13, 2020
Afro Pop Star, Frequencie has stated that there is no need for Nigerians to celebrate Democracy Day when human rights abuse and police brutality against innocent citizens continue unchecked.
Frequencie in a Statement issued to mark this year Democracy Day, noted that the actions of security agencies, especially officers of Nigeria Police Force always bring back memories of harassment, brutality, intimidation, maiming and killing by military during post June 12, 1993 struggle across Nigeria.
He therefore called on the Inspector General of Police to stop paying lip service and take action against overzealous officers.
Frequencie, a lead artiste under Soft Life Style Label charged Federal Government to take decisive steps to end barbaric act, saying Police brutality might consume the nation as Nigerians anger are rising daily.
Frequencie who recently joins #EndRape movement called on government to review relevant laws to punish sexual offenders, adding that no rapist should go unpunished irrespective of their social status.
The Afro Pop Star, who recently released Afro Culture EP however cautioned that security agencies must thoroughly investigate rape and sexual violence allegations, in order not to punish innocent persons or victim of blackmail.
He hinted that the record label managing his activities Soft Life Style is planning to record music video for 20 upcoming artistes in Kwara state to support their career