Seun Kuti, son of late Afrobeat singer, Fela Kuti says the federal government still owes his family an apology and compensation.
Seun, also a musician, made this known while speaking in a recent interview.
He spoke on a couple of things including Omoyele Sowore, publisher of Saharareporters and human right activist.
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“It’s a shame that we’re still ruled by the same people my father was talking about 35 years ago or something, that’s poor. We need to do better,” he said.
“My father said everything he had to about Buhari. He’s a kind person that you don’t need to go far to find out what my father thought about him.
“Buhari is one person, you know but I feel the federal government still owes the Kuti Family an apology, not just my dad, and compensation.
“Sowore’s cause is Nigeria’s cause, the people’s cause. This our demagoguery that we like in Nigeria, trying to make a demagogue of Sowore is the wrong way to approach the issue.
“I’m a huge supporter of his ideas but they’re not exclusively tied to him. Sowore and I have a lot in common.”