Politics » Why we shouldn't just be saying end sars alone by: Anonymous(f) .:. Fri, 16 Oct, 2020 - 11:57:38:am GMT


The issue of the protest going on about the sars currently is completely not something am against, in fact I'm with it for the injustice and corruption that has taken place is indeed wrong but is it right for us to just focus on them?, My answer to that is no because the issue of injustice might be there but the reality is that they are bad eggs in almost every organization, let's try to get a reformed system as a whole


**Galadima**


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   Re: Why we shouldn't just be saying end sars alone by: MichealThankGod(m) .:. Fri, 16 Oct, 2020 - 06:49:30:pm GMT

This movement isn't just to end SARS alone, also to put an end to bad government, bad leaders, enough of we been played, fooled, and scammed by our so called leaders, we are shouting and screaming, in a loud and in one voice, we want a new Nigeria, we aren't going to stop the protest until we have what we want, this is the time and the hour, to put an end to bad year's and bad living in our nation Nigeria, enough of the lies, from our leader's.

Imagine a whole, giant of Africa, we have all it takes to have the best economy, to be the best nation, in the world, to make life comfortable for the citizens, but still, we can't amount to anything good, they only live for themselves and their children, our currency is valueless, our roads, is no go area, a lot of big companies, that would have bring a good economy, to the nation, as left the nation, due to lack of electricity, what of our graduates, with all manners of certificate, the pains they went through, during there time at school, still, they are jobless, many of them are bike riders, many of them are factory workers.

If there could be importing tooth paste from oversea, tell me what then are we producing here, God has bless us with amazing weathers, a lot of natural goods, we aren't going to keep quiet, and watch our Nigeria, fall inside the well, this is the time we need to fight, for the what we want, our future is at stake here, our unborn children future, is at stake.
All we want is a better Nigerian.

**Ogun state**


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   Re: Why we shouldn't just be saying end sars alone by: Obajichi(f) .:. Fri, 16 Oct, 2020 - 08:49:16:pm GMT

This is indeed an opportunity to cry out against so many irregularities in the Nigerian system of things.


If we don't seize this opportunity, there's bound to be a national disintegration. This is what we don't want. We don't have any other country and even if you have naturalized as a citizen of another country, just know that you are still a second class citizen there.

Let's seize this opportunity. EndSARS is just a stepping stone to other agitations.

**I love being me.**


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   Re: Why we shouldn't just be saying end sars alone by: Chamak(f) .:. Fri, 16 Oct, 2020 - 09:43:12:pm GMT


@MichealThankGod:


I concur with you. Thanks for this wonderful comment.
You're completely right that the protest isn't just for SARS alone but to end bad government.

It is also to end fat salaries that our senators and members of house of representatives receive. Checking the stats of the salary system of many developed counties, you'll get to realise that our senators and house of representatives in Nigeria a developing country is earning more. This is very wrong because these funds are supposed to be put into good use to make Nigeria better but rather, they are using it to enrich themselves alone, enough is enough and all these has to stop.

A DPO in a station that is meant to protect lives and properties is earning peanut that can't even take care of him alone talk more of his family, but our senators are collecting millions that in one month that can pay the salary of one 20 DPOs of different station. The police salary system is so poor and that is why when they are meant to protect lives and properties they rather extort lives and properties. This has gone on for too long and the revolution is about to start.

This is not a protest but an awareness campaign to the leaders of Nigeria that their cup is full and if they don't change their ways the masses will call for their heads.

**chamak collections**


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   Re: Why we shouldn't just be saying end sars alone by: Omotayodavid(m) .:. Sat, 17 Oct, 2020 - 06:16:37:am GMT

For the first time in a very long time Nigerians are awake and have so much willingness and courage to voice out, expressing their displeasure and grievances and not just that alone but storming out in large numbers without fear in their hearts. The action taken has proven that Nigerians are tired of settling for less, they are taking responsibilities and ownership to see that things turn around for good.

This protest is majorly stirred towards putting and end to the brutality of security personnels that are saddled with responsibility of protecting lives and properties but are doing the contrary, this is definitely a good course to fight for.
Moving on i would say this protest has paved way for Nigerians to do more than just air their voices regards the so called SARS alone, but to channel this protest towards other areas of the government lapses. I am so excited this protest is really massive involving the most underrated but one of the most important people in the country which are the youths. This is an eye opener and indication that revolution is unarguably imminent, and the major facilitator of this revolutionary campaign is the Nigerian youths. The EndSARS campaign is the starting point, i believe there's more to come, this has given citizens a glimpse of hope. Nigerians can no longer tolerate this advance slavery the rotten and irresponsible leadership and governance has put them into, citizens within and outside Nigeria are all awake to this call and with this step we are heading the right direction. Other issues to be tackled will come into light as a result of this active protest on EndSARS, a lot of other things would be unravelled. At least Nigerians have awaken from their slumber the time is now, things has to change

**Caringheart**


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   Re: Why we shouldn't just be saying end sars alone by: Holashayo(f) .:. Sat, 17 Oct, 2020 - 09:51:01:am GMT

Well you are right about that.
The issue there is that, we are not wise enough to pick a topic for protest, we only focus on cutting the branches and not the root, not knowing the root can still produce more branches.
We are just wasting our time protesting against the SARS, in which there is more to it. Our major topic suppose to be "Reform the system/government". That is when we have finally stood up for our right.
Another thing I think we need is prayer.
The Bible says
"if my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land".
Our words cannot go anywhere in this country, so we need God to intervene.
If we can join hands and pray for this country, it will surely become a better place for us.

**Damiswag**


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   Re: Why we shouldn't just be saying end sars alone by: Chiboy(m) .:. Sun, 18 Oct, 2020 - 11:54:09:am GMT

The end SARs protest has gone beyond the IGP disbanding the unit. I see this protest as a process of revolution. End SARs is just the kick-off. Nigeria youths are relentless when it comes to this very issue of reformation.

SARs is just one of the problem of Nigeria, but the major problem is our government. We are living in a country where the government don't care for the citizens, The same citizens the swore to protect. Their major aim is to make more money and continue being in power. Considering how rich Nigeria is in mineral resources, we are suppose to be among the developed country of the world. I have visited countries without any mineral resource living better than Nigeria. Our country is blessed by God but despite this blessings we are still suffering due to bad government.
What the general public is protesting against is bad government. We are been ruled by same bad rulers ever since independence till this day.
We need change of government, and I believe with time we'll have a well reformed Nigeria.

**Chiboy**


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   Re: Why we shouldn't just be saying end sars alone by: Abbey(m) .:. Sun, 18 Oct, 2020 - 05:37:08:pm GMT

Why we shouldn't just be saying end sars alone

For some copple of days ago people have been protesting against the issues of end sars, but we should not protest against end sars only there are lot of things which we should be protesting for such as employment opportunities no good job of the graduate of the country people find it difficult to get food to eat we are suffering and smiling, no good road in the country all our road are bad, our leaders senators are receiving huge amount of money every month, corruption every where before you get admission in to the University you have to brib the people in charge of admission before you will be considered for admission, the agricultural sector is not encouraging the farmers are not enjoying their work there is no enough equipment for them to carry out their work on the farm land, no electricity supply for the citizen, no water supply

**Abbey **


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   Re: Why we shouldn't just be saying end sars alone by: MichealThankGod(m) .:. Mon, 19 Oct, 2020 - 11:25:12:am GMT


@Chamak:I understand, every aspects of your view, and what you are trying to point at, firstly am so happy and thanking God Almighty, for giving the youths and Adults of Nigeria, the strength and the mind to fight these, and to be privilege to make this move, because this ought to have happened for long time ago, but, is it not the right and the set time them, and those that ought to have carry this activity out, failed, in fact, some of them are no more, some of them are dead, but, Glory be to God, for this Great move, and for not allowing the bloods of the souls, that are gone, be in vain.


After this movement, I don't know when exactly this is going to happen, but am so sure of what i am seeing, after this movement, A Great and a New Nigeria, will be established, and there would be peace in the land, and every citizens of the country will live happily and joyfully, and this movement, can never be forgotten in time to come, generation, to generation will continue to talk about it, because this fight is not for now but forever.


**Ogun state**


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   Re: Why we shouldn't just be saying end sars alone by: Flochords(f) .:. Mon, 19 Oct, 2020 - 12:20:49:pm GMT


Quote from Anonymous:

The issue of the protest going on about the sars currently is completely not something am against, in fact I'm with it for the injustice and corruption that has taken place is indeed wrong but is it right for us to just focus on them?, My answer to that is no because the issue of injustice might be there but the reality is that they are bad eggs in almost every organization, let's try to get a reformed system as a whole




... What yöu have said is absolutely true. The protest is very nice and it is not just limited to end sars but to end bad Government, to end injustice, corruption and that Nigeria takes a new and better shape. Prayer is also important in this matter and that is why i am glad to see different prayer walks movement across the states to also pray concerning to God so that he can take charge and have his way even in this present situation. I pray and believe that #End Sars# will #End well# by God's grace.
**christ's own**


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