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EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by iwaeda: 3:58pm On Oct 15
Read here the communique from the Governors’ meeting with the Inspector General of Police

https://twitter.com/kfayemi/status/1316744028138987522

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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by NoPlaceLike: 4:05pm On Oct 15
Reading....

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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by FoolaniBandit: 4:13pm On Oct 15
Don't EndSars alone. End Nigeria too. #EndNigeria

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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by opalu: 4:13pm On Oct 15
Regional Government would have been far better than this state arrangement that we have practiced that has taken us nowhere. During regional Government, the South west did free education with Cocoa, the North had Grandnut Pyramids. The East had Tin. Every region developed at her own pace yet there was healthy competition.
Now with 36 states, only 3 can sustain themselves while the Central Government FG is too powerful. In regional Government, the Gold of the North East belongs to them, the Oil of Niger Delta is theirs, the Electric Power of Middle Belt is theirs. The Mineral Resources of the East is theirs. They only give a percentage to the Central Government to maintain the Army, and other commonwealth.

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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by tot(f): 4:13pm On Oct 15
Communique without concrete action changes nothing.

These people are so disconnected from the citizens - they clearly don't realise how terrible the situation of this country is. A country where majority of youths are under or unemployed, economy down, health, education, no electricity. Their kids all study abroad, are then given jobs on a platter of gold, they themselves don't use the Nigerian hospitals, it is foreign medical care all the way. What happens to the poor man without a way out of this country?!

Rubbish. Enough is enough!! angry

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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by DMerciful(m): 4:13pm On Oct 15
The youths are not saying what's in their minds. They weren't happy with fuel and electricity hike, massive corruption as well as SARS brutality. The demand should be restructuring or ending of this contraption!

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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by uptimum123(m): 4:13pm On Oct 15
Good...

It's time to end the protest.

#EndProtestNow

Let the Government do their job

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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by YorubaKinging: 4:13pm On Oct 15
The end is near

The events that will be happening between now and 2023 will come as a shock to many

But it will end is the making of Yoruba great again

Make Judah great again ....

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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by 46arcadez(m): 4:14pm On Oct 15
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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by DontBullshitMe: 4:14pm On Oct 15
I supported these protests at the beginning but not any longer.

As you're ranting that you have a constitutional right to protest, do you not know that others also have constitutional rights not to associate with your protest and constitutional rights to movement for their legitimate economic activities. Why then are you blocking the road and ostracizing anyone that doesn't support your position.

As far as I'm concerned, the president's announcement rendered all further protests illegitimate.

You can't just be protesting forever. There has to be dialogue. After the IGP and president announced the disbandment of sars, the IGP went further to announce that all sars operatives have being recalled to force headquarters where they will be investigated, undergo tests etc. He agreed to your 5of5. He has released all protesters arrested. He agreed to allow Davido setup an independent panel to oversee the reforms. He also announced that a new tactical squad SWAT has being established to take over the activities of sars and training will begin in one week. He said they won't check phones, no former sars member will be recruited into the new SWAT. Then the next thing we here is, EndSWAT

What exactly is your problem? Should we not have tactical unit against armed robbery again. Is the solution to bad leadership, no leadership? You want to give armed robbers free chance to operate? You should have said EndPolice, EndSecurity instead of just EndSars

What we should be seeing at this point after the IGP's announcement is dialogue between the government and representatives of the protesters. Both sides must be ready to be reasonable and ready to make concessions. If after all this, the government still refuses to make any changes, then you can return to the streets. But no, they said they don't want to have any representatives, that they will continue protesting forever. Even the Hong Kong protests have leaders that if the government wants to negotiate, they know who to call.

Another thing is that most of the twitter influencers, adding salt and maggi to the protests, firing up the protesters, preaching about how the protesters must go back and never back down, are not even in Nigeria. One Nigerian doctor in the UK and another Dipo something in the UK. The UK based Dipo was even invited to a zoom meeting held yesterday between the CBN governor, dangote, elumelu and other influential protesters, to show you how influential he is concerning the protests. If these protests lead to chaos, they will be there safe in the UK while the ones here that have refused to be sensible will be the ones to pay the price.

Some are even already throwing jokes about war in Nigeria on twitter and how they cant wait for it and many are laughing. I just shake my head. If only they have seen war.

Another scary thing is the funding for the protests. If funding was just from within the country, I wont be concerned, but I am particularly scared about the funding coming from outside the country (over N35Million now). Even yesterday, the flutterwave account was said to be shut down by the cbn (which later turned out to be false, it was temporarily suspended by the company's chairman due to suspicious activity) and they continued accepting donations by bitcoin and crypto, boasting that they are untraceable and the CBN cannot control these.

It made me think to myself, so this is how foreign actors, enemies, foreign terrorist groups will freely fund movements that can tip this country into turmoil.

I can imagine the joy going on at the Elysee Palace in Paris. France's biggest geopolitical foe is on the brink of chaos. They tried weakening Nigeria by breaking it up during the civil war and failed. They have another opportunity now, to destroy Nigeria finally and be the major uncontested power in West Africa. It's inconceivable that French intelligence will not be looking to take advantage of this situation. They might already be part of those providing funds to keep these protests going.

Post credit : Ultron12345

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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by seeker121(m): 4:14pm On Oct 15
Mtchew soro soke weyrey

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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by mascot87(m): 4:14pm On Oct 15
Power to the people

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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by Luftwaffe(f): 4:14pm On Oct 15
The same generation that introduced corruption to Nigeria want to defend it.

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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by Hateandthunder: 4:14pm On Oct 15
This is what Kanye west meant when he said slavery was a choice. If we kept quiet, this sars menace might have continued for 600years even longer than the slave trade. The choice to remain slaves or stand up for ourselves has always been ours from day one.

People who attacked him for that tweet are shallow minded.

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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by bolaayenimo: 4:14pm On Oct 15
No time to read long epistles. Can somebody pls summarize it for us?

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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by datola: 4:14pm On Oct 15
The communique makes sense if the.points there are implemented to the letter.
Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by inumidun2010(m): 4:14pm On Oct 15
I'm trying to digest this... If e no sweet, Na to VOMIT ASAP
Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by Jeremiahgynag(m): 4:14pm On Oct 15
We are not going to back down till we see a holistic change of behavior from officers of the NPF
Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by WandaNara: 4:14pm On Oct 15
Restructure or Divide Nigeria now.

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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by Ogonimilitant(m): 4:14pm On Oct 15
You guys are joking.
Nigeria will never be the same before the end of this year.

You guys refused to do the needful
It's too late to negotiate.

I will advise the middle belt states not to identify with the North. They will come to deceive you again.

Long live lovers of freedom

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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by brownrockafela(m): 4:14pm On Oct 15
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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by maseki: 4:14pm On Oct 15
Summary please angry

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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by Somebody4: 4:14pm On Oct 15
grin

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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by Shile981(m): 4:14pm On Oct 15
REVOLUTION NOOOOOOOOWWW!!!!!!!

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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by Belcon(m): 4:14pm On Oct 15
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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by PeekDesigns(m): 4:14pm On Oct 15
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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by Donkenny511(m): 4:15pm On Oct 15
The creation of SWAT is too fast, it was created without consultations

And their plan was to redress the SARS officers in another attires but they FAILED

The governors make more sense

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Re: EndSARS: Communique From The Governors’ Meeting With IGP by SoftP(m): 4:15pm On Oct 15
If only the ground could open and swallow them up while they were in that meeting.
The one in Aso rock will no doubt end like King Nebuchadnezzar someday.

May the innocent blood which they’ve spilled in the land rise against them ‘

Wicked Souls

This is the sorry state of our present day Nigeria

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