Freedom sounds to be free as it’s pronounced but it can never come on a platter of gold. To attain freedom one must show sense of commitment, diplomatic sense of readiness, sense of agitation and demand for what is just.
It’s on this note I want to appreciate and commend the ever determined Nigeria youths, home and diaspora, for trooping out en masse to demand thier rights and showing their displeasure at the manner of operations of SARS and other series of economic hardship Nigerians are battling.
Having done that, it’s my candid advice that we should not give room for miscreants and hoodlums to hijack our actions and activities and for we not to lose focus on our objectives. When we lose focus our aims are in jeopardy. To be sincere, no life deserves death therefore we must be civil in all our actions
To our security men, this is the best time to put in place our sense of professionalism. Gunning down citizens irrespective of their mode of protest is just not the best remedy in a democratic society, because citizens have the right to protest for what belongs to them, no one should be harmed when we say there is freedom of expression.
It’s my candid appeal to the Federal Government of Nigeria to speed up actions in setting up measures to the yearnings of the people, and ensure a forced stoppage to security agencies releasing bullets on the youths. We cannot afford to see our precious youths losing their lives as a result of agitating for what is their right. Remember this, youths are the future of this Nation and it’s our duty as a Nation to protest the interest of every citizen irrespective of their religion or tribes.
God Bless Nigeria!!!