News/Events » Sad Reality of the EndSars Movement by: Ninoevans(m) .:. Sat, 21 Nov, 2020 - 08:26:38:pm GMT
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Re: Sad Reality of the EndSars Movement by: Flochords(f) .:. Sat, 21 Nov, 2020 - 10:31:56:pm GMT
Quote from Ninoevans:The EndSars movement which was initiated and led by youths as a means of bringing end to police brutality on civilian had a devastating ending. The peaceful prostesters who were exhibiting their right and playing their role as a watchdog to prevent the continuous killing of innocent civilians in the hands of some unscrupulous officers in the Police SARs department, were shot point blank by Nigerian soldiers. Several youths were killed and some of the witness confirmed that the military packed the corpses of the people that they kill to cover their evil acts. The Lagos state government at first claimed that there was not casualty and after much pressure accused the military of the dastard act. While the military continues to deny that they opened fire at the protesters, the big question on the lips of everyone is "Who gave the order?".The CNN recently released a video that showed that the military truly opened fired at innocent soldiers. This video has brought about a massive outcry for the prosecution of everyone found guilty. Instead of taking an indepth look at the report, the minister of Information, Lai Mohammed was quick to tag the report of CNN as fake news and called for them to be sanctioned. Nigerians are not surprised as the Minister is already known as a notorious liar within Nigeria. He went further to state that the Federal government is satisfied with the actions of the military. This has made many people to conclude that the federal government was the one that gave the order because he was scared that the opposition will hijack the protest and make his administration ungovernable.It is a shame to have monsters as leaders who careless about the welfare of the masses. In fact, the President show hide is face in shame for calling his citizens names on different occasions. it is glaring that this administration lack the right ideas to take Nigeria to its promise land. The only idea that they have is that of borrowing, embezzling and corruption. Nigeria cannot move forward with people like this and the international comity of nations should support the youths in kicking these old cargoes out of power. They should stop supporting them if they want peace because very soon, they will be faced with conflicts that will have great impact on their economy too..I think the only way Nigeria can get better, is through a revolution... what do you think?
... It is well, i believe Nigeria will arise again, Nigeria will arise and shine. Amen i believe. May God Almighty intervene and turn our situation around for good.
Re: Sad Reality of the EndSars Movement by: Ojc(E)(m) .:. Sun, 22 Nov, 2020 - 08:23:34:am GMT
This is so sad and terrible, the government we elected by vote killed innocent and unarmed youths protesting for their future. All they wanted was good governance for a better future and a tomorrow. These youths were shot dead by special forces of the army sent by the federal government as reported by CNN, which the federal government denied at first.
Re: Sad Reality of the EndSars Movement by: Chamak(f) .:. Sun, 22 Nov, 2020 - 09:26:50:am GMT
This is really so sad and pathetic because these innocent protesters were just murdered in cold blood and no one is doing anything about it.
Re: Sad Reality of the EndSars Movement by: Francis(m) .:. Sun, 22 Nov, 2020 - 12:18:36:pm GMT