#ENDSARS: ‘You have done well, the voice and impact of this brilliant generation needs to be heard and felt.’ says Dr. Godwin Maduka as he adds his voice to the movement.
In a statement released on Monday and signed by his SA on Media & Strategic Communication, Engr. Obinna Okafor, Dr. Godwin Maduka says he is “overwhelmed by the unity, organizational acumen and sacrificial spirit” of Nigerian Youths towards eradicating bad governance in the country.
Okosisi Orumba, who also doubles as a frontline gubernatorial aspirant in Anambra State resounds his support for the protest against police brutality, profiling, extortions and high handedness.
Maduka said “To be honest, I must commend the Nigerian youths for the peaceful conduct of the protests this far. I am overwhelmed by the unity, organizational acumen, sacrificial spirit, persistence and shared brotherhood by protesters.”
“The youthful population has been given very little or no opportunity to thrive, and they are called lazy, leaders of tomorrow.”
Speaking further in support, Dr. Godwin Maduka says, “As you can see, this protest transcends tribes, religious sects and political affiliation. The voice and impact of this brilliant generation need to be heard and felt, otherwise, you would only remain leaders of a tomorrow that will never come”.
“This is a generation that is hell bent on taking the country back from the jaws of unemployment, insecurity, corruption, inequality and tribalism. So far, there are no news of violence or resort to vandalism, they clean up the venues of the protests and dispose off the waste properly. This has further demonstrated that when we speak with one voice, there’s no limit to what we can achieve,” added the renowned medical expert
Okosisi Orumba reiterated that this ban shouldn’t be the usual annual ritual.
He noted that creating a replacement unit without a proper overhaul of the police force would simply be a situation of an old wine in a new bottle.
“Dialogue and continuous engagement should be sustained until all the issues raised are addressed,” he concluded.