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Nigeria - We hail thee

eyi-mofe

Active Member
Im worried about whats going on in Nigeria these days. The latest being the #endsars (as we all can watch on many platforms) so far so good . to me the SARS is not the problem but the ABUSE . are we now saying the armed robbers are now going to be operating freely .who do you now call when needed?I hope the youths do not let things go out of hand. To start a revolution is a little easier than ending it. We all should applaud what the youths are doing but there should be a way to fix the problem without making it worse.
 

Sola

Administrator
Staff member
Its too late to be worried. That ship has sailed into troubled waters already. Now, government agents are deploying sponsored thugs to foment havoc. Let's hope Nigeria survives it. There is a reckoning we've been postponing for a long time...
 

eyi-mofe

Active Member
you are right the chicken has come home to roost .As we are all old enough to see how the military operates (they are very corrupt too) no one should wish for them. BUT now whats the way out? to start with our presidential system should be changed to parliamentary system.(cheaper )and it is easy to get rid off if the people have to.( we should go back to the PRE 1966 government system) For now though,let all these politicians forfeit their ill gotten assets and use the proceeds to fix our roads and energy supply (the youths can be employed in these sector,
 

Multioption

Well-Known Member
Hoodlums have taken over. What started as peaceful protests are now run by hoodlums.

Private properties and businesses have been reduced to ashes, and there seems to be no end to the madness.
 

Sola

Administrator
Staff member
Well, our leaders thought threatening people was the wise way to go, instead of empathy and a realistic effort to stem the bleed and pain. We have issues in Nigeria and we're not even addressing them yet.
 

eyi-mofe

Active Member
i saw the burnt court houses and some police stations in lagos. almost sure not all done by the original #endsars crowd.NOW what next? no matter how sympathetic we all are to the original course, the cities should not be allowed to burn.Im sure also there some enemies of Nigeria fanning the flame.
 
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