Nigeria Hall of Shame: Nigeria’s Enemies of Democracy – – Here is the list of Nigeria’s enemy according to Endsars
It is no longer a news as the #Endsars movement which started in the first week of October 2020 has resumed it cause, although the continuation is been initiated by parents who want justice while the Nigeria Police took to Abuja high court to sue the presidency under Buhari’s government to end every panel initiated against Police Officer’s brutality against her citizens.
The parent who comprise of market women took over Tejuosho Market, a popular market in the Lagos Island, carrying placards and shouting… What do we want? And Correspondents answering with we want justice.
This occurrence has led to the youth of Nigeria resuming the tweeting of #Endsars with Endbadgovernment and this has maintained number one for almost twenty hours.
There are various pictures, quotation, memes etc online and all of these depict what the Nigeria youth see the government as, a very interesting list shows the people who the youth tagged; Hall of shame, the enemy of democracy, enemy of the country.
I must say Access Bank really worked hard to make it to this list. It is just so very interesting how an organisation who the youth support has gotten to the point of standing against the youth.
One would have thought the government was going to follow the 5 for 5 rule to end the protest but instead of doing this, the country has suffered more insecurity, account of innocent Nigerians were frozen and the most shameful of them is when the Chief of Army clearly stated in a Luce interview that terrorism may not end in Nigeria until 20 years time.
If you are to have a deep thought on that, I really wonder how old you will be by that time, that is of course if a stray bullet doesn’t hit you, a kidnapper doesn’t kidnap you or natural killing disaster doesn’t kill you.