Nigerian actress, Nsikan Isaac, off the back of the End SARS protest, has narrated how personnel of the Nigerian Police Force killed her father and her elder brother.
The 31-year-old actress who disclosed the unfortunate incident via her Instagram page said she is in support of the #EndSARS protest as a way to lend her voice because she’s been personally hurt.
She wrote, “22 years ago I lost my dad to a stray bullet from a police officer, 20 years later I lost my elder brother to a gunshot in front of my parents’ house from the police too.”
She added that she was lending her voice to the protest against police brutality because she has faced the pain of losing loved ones by the people meant to protect them, reports PMNews Nigeria.
"I HAVE PERSONALLY FELT THE PAIN! IT HAS BEEN THERE FOR MANY MANY YEARS. IT HAS BEEN A STRUGGLE, I HAVE HAD MY SILENT CRIES AND I HAVE PICKED MYSELF BACK UP… IT TOOK A WHILE BUT THANK GOD THE REVOLUTION HAS BEGAN!" #endsars #endpolicebrutality #endills #nigeria
Nsikan Isaac, who hails from Akwa Ibom State is also producer, writer and entrepreneur. A petrochemical engineering graduate of Rivers State University of Science and Technology with four full films and three short ones to her credit.