Burna Boy vows to aid victims of Sudan massacre

13-06-2019 04:06

Nigerian songster, Burna Boy has reacted to the ongoing massacre in Sudan.

 

In a post he shared on social media, the singer pledged to extend support to any organization available to provide relief assistance to the victims of the ongoing violence.

 

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Burna Boy wrote:

 

I STAND WITH SUDAN!  … we can’t be silent when our brothers and sisters are being oppressed. Any organisations involved in providing medical aid in Sudan please hit me up.”

 

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I STAND WITH SUDAN! 🇸🇩 … we can’t be silent when our brothers and sisters are being oppressed. Any organisations involved in providing medical aid in Sudan pls hit me up 🦍🖤

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Social media users also reacted to the silence of the mainstream media regarding the massacre in Sudan.

One user wrote:

There is currently a blackout in Sudan.

– 500 killed
– 723 injured
– 650 arrested
– 48 women raped
– 6 men raped
– 1000 missing
No western media has reported on the massacre. RT to spread awareness and stop it being suppressed. #SudanMassacre #Sudan #blueprintafric”

 

Another wrote:

“Just because this isn’t happening to our own country right now doesn’t mean we shouldn’t do anything about it. Western media is silent about this #SudanMassacre because of the country’s internet blackout. Please, I encourage everyone to spread awareness about this.
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