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Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by ussy09(m): 9:45am On Oct 18
Is quite unfortunate that his occupying a position his not fit to handle imagine ambassador for peace, his kind are the ones that makes people doubt Islam as religion of peace forgetting that this f**l is only a Muslim but not Islam ENDSARS we just started.
Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by Jabioro: 9:46am On Oct 18
Ambassador for violence or peace,no true ambassador will ever said it this..get his location let us show him what is human rights protection..fools!!!
Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by Plead(m): 9:46am On Oct 18
RuudVanNisteroy:
Some people are looking to light the matches that will set the country on fire. It is obvious he has another passport and country to run to when thing get out of hand if force is used. Only dialogue and concrete action will resolve this.

Buhari will use force to bring you miscreants back to your senses and nothing will happen. Continue your online chest beating.
Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by Dashlish12: 9:47am On Oct 18
Vyzz:
But Rehoboam rejected the advice the elders gave him and consulted the young men who had grown up with him and were serving him. 9 He asked them, “What is your advice? How should we answer these people who say to me, ‘Lighten the yoke your father put on us’?”

10 The young men who had grown up with him replied, “These people have said to you, ‘Your father put a heavy yoke on us, but make our yoke lighter.’ Now tell them, ‘My little finger is thicker than my father’s waist. 11 my father laid on you a heavy yoke; I will make it even heavier. My father scourged you with whips; I will scourge you with scorpions.’”


And thus led to the disintegration of Israel



Good One
Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by UndauntedYOCA(f): 9:49am On Oct 18
Lunatics everywhere. Imagine this coming from a so-called ambassador for peace!
Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by uniqueboi1(m): 9:49am On Oct 18
kmaster007:
you think so... we ain't joking here... no going back... we no Ur type...

Are you always in a beer parlour?
Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by Coldie(m): 9:51am On Oct 18
Let's make this man popular, let's start a petition that the UN withdraws his ambassadorship.

To me its high time they stopped the protest

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Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by Decryptor(m): 9:51am On Oct 18
Did you all listen to the part where the idiot said the following words,

"If the police fails to do what it is suppose to do bring the military, if the military fails, we the PATRIOTIC CITIZENS will go against the miscreants, we will face them let there be an end to all this nonsense."

I guess we all know who the patriotic citizens he is talking about are!

#EndSARS
#EndSWAT
#EndBadLeadershipInNigeria

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Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by bangging(m): 9:51am On Oct 18
Pious101:
would u be willing to come out if things get out of hand?
and do you think the government that u believe in will continue like this forever? One day someone somewhere will rise up to say is enough... it as began already..
Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by Adexshyne1(m): 9:51am On Oct 18
I don’t blame this fool , that is just to see the highest of incompetences of so call someone’s father , I beleive by now his children must have been crying for the statement of their father , this man need to be call to other before he use is mouth to scatter everything

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Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by StacyO(f): 9:51am On Oct 18
Ambassador of peace grin grin grin

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Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by TinubuGoQuench: 9:51am On Oct 18
ThatFairGuy1:
It's no more a protest but day light robbery and hindrance of our nature given rights by blocking of roads.

It's sad that this movement was hijacked by some unscrupulous elements and about to be killed due to their high-handedness instead of being civil and present their grievances to the Government.

This kind of opportunity may not come again.



Meanwhile, We shouldn't be deceiving ourselves, Restructuring Nigeria is a NECESSITY.

RestructureNgNOW
THE 7-POINT DEMANDS
Concerned Nigerian started this petition to Nigerian government and 1 other
We recognize that this moment is the culmination of decades of dissatisfaction over the decay and corruption of our dear country, Nigeria.
We find the unhealthy haste to fashion a unit termed “SWAT” to be a misrepresentation of the 5for5 demand. It is not enough.
This protest is beyond #EndSARS, #EndSWAT, #EndPoliceBrutality. This movement is for the soul of Nigeria. We are demanding a systemic overhaul of governance and institutional reforms as the barest minimum. We are better than what obtains presently; we demand progress.
We are not vain agitators. We are clear-eyed youths and professionals in our respective fields who are tired of the way and manner our dear country has been run aground by successive administrations. We cannot idly stand by whilst our future and that of our children are mortgaged.
Below is the updated 7-point demand that concerned citizens are asking from the government.
1. INSTITUTIONAL REFORMS (SECURITY)
That the 5-point demand to release arrested protesters, compensate families of victims, investigate and prosecute all reports of misconduct, proscribe SARS and review the welfare of police be implemented immediately.
However, we believe the systemic rot in the police is widespread across Government institutions. Therefore, we urgently demand an immediate Institutional reform across all federal government institutions, agencies and parastatals, especially focused on national security.
Focus will be on improved welfare and terms of service for the police, military and all law enforcement agencies, provide body worn cameras for operation, refurbished housing, health, academic and pre- and post-retirement life insurance policy for the rank-and-file personnel.
Also reforms on adherence to the laws guiding discipline and prosecution of erring service men this should be aimed at extinguishing all notions of impunity.
2) COST OF GOVERNANCE
We have watched over the years the waste associated with governing Nigeria. We have noted the duplication and unprofessionalism in the civil service and across all strata.
We demand an urgent budgetary framework with 50% capital expenditure and 50% recurrent expenditure in all appropriation bill.
We demand a drastic reduction in the cost of governance. We also demand that the national assembly, be first by streamlined into a unicameral legislative and be further stripped down to become a part time job.
The huge salaries and benefits accorded them by the Revenue Mobilization, Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC) should be reduced to the barest minimum.
3) CONSTITUTION REFORMS
There had been several constitutional reviews where youths were obviously absent. Whether by omission or commission or both, the time has come for an informed and progressive participation by the youths.
The Nigerian constitution as it exists presently does not serve all Nigerians. A more robust and engaged constitution designed and approved by all Nigerians will serve the nation.
We demand an urgent referendum within 90 days to begin the line-by-line review, reconstruction and upgrade of the extant constitution to be more functional for a 21st Century nation. The selection process for this referendum will have 50% young people under 60 nominated by their peers in a transparent, judicious and fair process.
We demand that credence be given to terms of citizenship over indigeneship and state of residence over state of origin.
4) EDUCATION REFORMS
· One in every five of the world's out-of-school children is a Nigerian child. About 13.2 million Nigerian children aged 5-14 years are not in school. The impact of this numbers will be felt for generations.
· We demand that a state of emergency is declared in the education sector and demand increase in the budgetary allocation to educational sector by 50% and to double again within the next 24 months. This funds will be used to drive the education sector to provide affordable quality education to all citizens.
· A certain percentage of this allocation should be devoted to granting scholarship to outstanding Nigerians without recourse to the tribe, religious or sex.
· We demand a systemic overhaul in our curriculum and method of teaching to upgrade to a digital experience.
· We demand that teachers should be incentivized to attract the best brains and should be standardized and professionalized.
· We demand that the parent of any child not in primary school will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
· We demand that there be an Annual independent external Audit of Fund allocation and project execution: from Government approval to disbursement across the ministry, which would further be used to publish at least an abridged Financial statement available digitally to ensure transparency.
5) HEALTH REFORMS
· We demand that a state of emergency is declared in the health sector and demand increase in the budgetary allocation to health sector by 50%
· We demand mandatory health insurance for the vulnerable population in our society as NHIS is not doing enough to serve all Nigerians.
· We demand that adequate provision be put in place to protect the rights and privileges of physically challenged citizens in Nigeria.
· We demand urgent attention to mental health and a fund to set aside to create more professionals.
· We demand proper implementation of the National Health Act of 2014, including the Basic Health Care Provision Fund).
· We demand that there be an Annual independent external Audit of Fund allocation and project execution: from Government approval to disbursement across the ministry, which would further be used to publish at least an abridged Financial statement available digitally to ensure transparency.
6) YOUTH AFFAIRS REFORM
We have noted the giant strides made by Gen Z and Millennials across the globe. Many multi-billion corporations where founded by both generations. In Nigeria, it is extremely difficult for such to occur. The enabling environment viz-a-viz investors and lenders confidence, stable interest rate and manageable inflation are deficit in our dear nation.
· We demand that a state of emergency be declared in the ministry of Youths and Sports, Ministry of Science and Technology and Ministry of National Planning. We demand that this should be adequately funded, sports academy should be revamped.
· We demand the creation of the Youth development funds dedicated to growing the creative industries and agriculture.
· We demand the creation of the Youth development funds dedicated to growing the creative industries and agriculture.
· We demand that the Not-Too-Young to run bill should be expanded to include–50% inclusion of youth under 40 in every cabinet in government.
· We demand that the youth inclusion be monitored by the FCC as they currently monitor state inclusion and the NCDMB and other stakeholders partake in this action to protect our future.
7) PUBLIC OFFICE REFORMS
· We demand code of conduct reforms for all elected public office holders to have themselves and their children use public schools and public hospitals ONLY. Violation of which is immediate impeachment and recall.
· We demand immediate removal of immunity clause from public office holders to make them answerable to investigations at all times when and where necessary.
· We demand immediate resignation of every public officer found guilty of any forms of crimes and corruption they should step aside during investigation also.
· Implementation of full digitization of the judicial process, prison decongestion reforms, with reforms drawn from past projects like the Uwais Report, Keyamo’s ministerial screening address, strict time limits to determination of industries litigations, etc.

SHUT UP THERE!!!

YOUR OPINION IS SENSELESS AND MEANINGLESS

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Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by Brushstrokes20: 9:51am On Oct 18
Ambassador werey... Soro soke!

The bad boy at aso has ear infection, he can't even hear you!

Bunch of clueless clowns!

#EndSarsNow

#endbloatedspending

#endbadgovernance

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Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by stanbillion200(m): 9:52am On Oct 18
Is this man normal at all. Maybe him dey craze.

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Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by Bahamas95(m): 9:52am On Oct 18
Some people deserve to be buried alive or stoned to death.


They shouldn't try any sh!t with us, Nigerians youths nor get joy now.

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Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by donnie(m): 9:54am On Oct 18
Fuckyoumod:
The moderator wey ban me for over 3 months.... For responding to an unwarranted attack here.

I know I can't get justice here.

But God go ban you for life, Amen.

#END MODERATORS WICKEDNESS#
#JUSTICE FOR NAIRALANDERS#


Don't mind them, they can be unnecessarily mean. angry
Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by Bestmanwealthy(m): 9:55am On Oct 18
Na Ogun go kill ur generation he no go better for u
Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by Freebills12: 9:55am On Oct 18
dheaven:
He may [color=#000099][/color]not mean what he is saying. He just want to put fear in the protesters mind so they will stop.
STOP THIS DAMAGE CONTROL, HE MAY NOT MEAN IT AS HOW, BUT HE SAID IT IN NATIONAL TV
Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by IboWolf: 9:56am On Oct 18
Aya! Old man are you really a peace ambassador? I pray you receive some common sense before it is too late.
Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by Altimatic27: 9:57am On Oct 18
uniqueboi1:
Nigerians go enter house once force enter.

Remove emotions and sentiments, what are you going to do to end Buhari's bad government? Nothing!
Go and prepare your PVC and stop disturbing our peace online.


Very smart brother that what I want to push I want to push the pvc movement all youths should get their pvc
Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by Eriokanmi: 9:57am On Oct 18
Pious101:
would u be willing to come out if things get out of hand?
this one neva sabi anything. This is just the beginning with no end in sight. Let them deploy the military who also have children among those protesting. They'd be tired of killing
Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by cray91(m): 9:57am On Oct 18
foolish man!

Eleribu somebody

i wish sars had killed one or two of his kids, hin go get sense!
RuudVanNisteroy:
Hussaini Coomassie, a United Nations Ambassador for Peace and Social Justice has said that the president, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) ought to use force against #EndSARS protesters.

Quoting Russian president, Vladimir Putin, the ambassador said that Buhari should do what was necessary and not necessarily follow due process to ensure peace in Nigeria.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EUFroRzr-4o
Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by tramzy7: 10:00am On Oct 18
It is obvious he is one of those sponsoring hoodlums to attack the protesters, I wish he is close by make I nack am one bajinotu for him skull, asshole

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Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by Reinaldo: 10:01am On Oct 18
What an irony.
Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by DonroxyII: 10:02am On Oct 18
RuudVanNisteroy:
Some people are looking to light the matches that will set the country on fire. It is obvious he has another passport and country to run to when thing get out of hand if force is used. Only dialogue and concrete action will resolve this.
They should light it .. if division is what shall work .. North and South should go their separate ways ... If not for International community, Bodies would have been flying up and down ...

imagine, Oyinbo people are the only reason black leaders has not started killing black people...
Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by Dayoebe(m): 10:03am On Oct 18

Peace ambassador indeed
Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by Reinaldo: 10:03am On Oct 18
RuudVanNisteroy:
Hussaini Coomassie, a United Nations Ambassador for Peace and Social Justice has said that the president, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) ought to use force against #EndSARS protesters.

Quoting Russian president, Vladimir Putin, the ambassador said that Buhari should do what was necessary and not necessarily follow due process to ensure peace in Nigeria.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EUFroRzr-4o

Rubbish
Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by Reinaldo: 10:03am On Oct 18
Pious101:
would u be willing to come out if things get out of hand?
Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by InvertedHammer: 10:03am On Oct 18
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The main power the masses have against unpopular leaders is to disobey their orders.

Wike talked and was disobeyed. It took power away from him. The FCT minister banned protests and he was ignored. That is the worst psychological punishment to give to any leader because they don't know how to react to it.

/

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Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by obama30: 10:04am On Oct 18
RuudVanNisteroy:
Hussaini Coomassie, a United Nations Ambassador for Peace and Social Justice has said that the president, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) ought to use force against #EndSARS protesters.

Quoting Russian president, Vladimir Putin, the ambassador said that Buhari should do what was necessary and not necessarily follow due process to ensure peace in Nigeria.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EUFroRzr-4o

I don't blame him, I blame the people that made him ambassador for peace. He need to be sack from that position
Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by jaxxy(m): 10:04am On Oct 18
Are the demands of the people not valid?? Have they demanded anything government can or shud not do? Go ahead and use force now.


The demands are clear and simple bt instead of doing them u set up imaginary and powerless panels in all states.

Everybody/Youths know If u want to sweep a matter under the rug in Nigeria just set up a panel cos nothing will come out of it!

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Re: #EndSARS: Hussaini Coomassie Tells Buhari To Use Force Against Protesters by osazuwa23: 10:06am On Oct 18
we need to get rid of that 1999 constiution if not we are not going anywhere and are only option is break up by force or by referendum The un should take this situation seriously and not wait till things get super ugly cry.
ThatFairGuy1:
It's no more a protest but day light robbery and hindrance of our nature given rights by blocking of roads.

It's sad that this movement was hijacked by some unscrupulous elements and about to be killed due to their high-handedness instead of being civil and present their grievances to the Government.

This kind of opportunity may not come again.



Meanwhile, We shouldn't be deceiving ourselves, Restructuring Nigeria is a NECESSITY.

RestructureNgNOW
THE 7-POINT DEMANDS
Concerned Nigerian started this petition to Nigerian government and 1 other
We recognize that this moment is the culmination of decades of dissatisfaction over the decay and corruption of our dear country, Nigeria.
We find the unhealthy haste to fashion a unit termed “SWAT” to be a misrepresentation of the 5for5 demand. It is not enough.
This protest is beyond #EndSARS, #EndSWAT, #EndPoliceBrutality. This movement is for the soul of Nigeria. We are demanding a systemic overhaul of governance and institutional reforms as the barest minimum. We are better than what obtains presently; we demand progress.
We are not vain agitators. We are clear-eyed youths and professionals in our respective fields who are tired of the way and manner our dear country has been run aground by successive administrations. We cannot idly stand by whilst our future and that of our children are mortgaged.
Below is the updated 7-point demand that concerned citizens are asking from the government.
1. INSTITUTIONAL REFORMS (SECURITY)
That the 5-point demand to release arrested protesters, compensate families of victims, investigate and prosecute all reports of misconduct, proscribe SARS and review the welfare of police be implemented immediately.
However, we believe the systemic rot in the police is widespread across Government institutions. Therefore, we urgently demand an immediate Institutional reform across all federal government institutions, agencies and parastatals, especially focused on national security.
Focus will be on improved welfare and terms of service for the police, military and all law enforcement agencies, provide body worn cameras for operation, refurbished housing, health, academic and pre- and post-retirement life insurance policy for the rank-and-file personnel.
Also reforms on adherence to the laws guiding discipline and prosecution of erring service men this should be aimed at extinguishing all notions of impunity.
2) COST OF GOVERNANCE
We have watched over the years the waste associated with governing Nigeria. We have noted the duplication and unprofessionalism in the civil service and across all strata.
We demand an urgent budgetary framework with 50% capital expenditure and 50% recurrent expenditure in all appropriation bill.
We demand a drastic reduction in the cost of governance. We also demand that the national assembly, be first by streamlined into a unicameral legislative and be further stripped down to become a part time job.
The huge salaries and benefits accorded them by the Revenue Mobilization, Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC) should be reduced to the barest minimum.
3) CONSTITUTION REFORMS
There had been several constitutional reviews where youths were obviously absent. Whether by omission or commission or both, the time has come for an informed and progressive participation by the youths.
The Nigerian constitution as it exists presently does not serve all Nigerians. A more robust and engaged constitution designed and approved by all Nigerians will serve the nation.
We demand an urgent referendum within 90 days to begin the line-by-line review, reconstruction and upgrade of the extant constitution to be more functional for a 21st Century nation. The selection process for this referendum will have 50% young people under 60 nominated by their peers in a transparent, judicious and fair process.
We demand that credence be given to terms of citizenship over indigeneship and state of residence over state of origin.
4) EDUCATION REFORMS
· One in every five of the world's out-of-school children is a Nigerian child. About 13.2 million Nigerian children aged 5-14 years are not in school. The impact of this numbers will be felt for generations.
· We demand that a state of emergency is declared in the education sector and demand increase in the budgetary allocation to educational sector by 50% and to double again within the next 24 months. This funds will be used to drive the education sector to provide affordable quality education to all citizens.
· A certain percentage of this allocation should be devoted to granting scholarship to outstanding Nigerians without recourse to the tribe, religious or sex.
· We demand a systemic overhaul in our curriculum and method of teaching to upgrade to a digital experience.
· We demand that teachers should be incentivized to attract the best brains and should be standardized and professionalized.
· We demand that the parent of any child not in primary school will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
· We demand that there be an Annual independent external Audit of Fund allocation and project execution: from Government approval to disbursement across the ministry, which would further be used to publish at least an abridged Financial statement available digitally to ensure transparency.
5) HEALTH REFORMS
· We demand that a state of emergency is declared in the health sector and demand increase in the budgetary allocation to health sector by 50%
· We demand mandatory health insurance for the vulnerable population in our society as NHIS is not doing enough to serve all Nigerians.
· We demand that adequate provision be put in place to protect the rights and privileges of physically challenged citizens in Nigeria.
· We demand urgent attention to mental health and a fund to set aside to create more professionals.
· We demand proper implementation of the National Health Act of 2014, including the Basic Health Care Provision Fund).
· We demand that there be an Annual independent external Audit of Fund allocation and project execution: from Government approval to disbursement across the ministry, which would further be used to publish at least an abridged Financial statement available digitally to ensure transparency.
6) YOUTH AFFAIRS REFORM
We have noted the giant strides made by Gen Z and Millennials across the globe. Many multi-billion corporations where founded by both generations. In Nigeria, it is extremely difficult for such to occur. The enabling environment viz-a-viz investors and lenders confidence, stable interest rate and manageable inflation are deficit in our dear nation.
· We demand that a state of emergency be declared in the ministry of Youths and Sports, Ministry of Science and Technology and Ministry of National Planning. We demand that this should be adequately funded, sports academy should be revamped.
· We demand the creation of the Youth development funds dedicated to growing the creative industries and agriculture.
· We demand the creation of the Youth development funds dedicated to growing the creative industries and agriculture.
· We demand that the Not-Too-Young to run bill should be expanded to include–50% inclusion of youth under 40 in every cabinet in government.
· We demand that the youth inclusion be monitored by the FCC as they currently monitor state inclusion and the NCDMB and other stakeholders partake in this action to protect our future.
7) PUBLIC OFFICE REFORMS
· We demand code of conduct reforms for all elected public office holders to have themselves and their children use public schools and public hospitals ONLY. Violation of which is immediate impeachment and recall.
· We demand immediate removal of immunity clause from public office holders to make them answerable to investigations at all times when and where necessary.
· We demand immediate resignation of every public officer found guilty of any forms of crimes and corruption they should step aside during investigation also.
· Implementation of full digitization of the judicial process, prison decongestion reforms, with reforms drawn from past projects like the Uwais Report, Keyamo’s ministerial screening address, strict time limits to determination of industries litigations, etc.

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