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|End SARS Tendencies; Catholic Law Students Protest by Fortunatus200(m): 8:24am On Oct 19, 2020|
The Recent Demonstrations on the #EndSARS, #End-Police-Brutality Protest, widely graced by a gazillion of resourceful and productive Nigerians across all shades of life, ethnic lines, Political affiliations, Religious beliefs and ideological divergences sends a tripod signal of an inevitable/impending Revolution, Reformation and Restoration in the Nigerian State.
Nigerians have by this singular act expressed our grievances and readiness to cease and protect our future against that which threatens her common unity and emancipation.
For the first time in decades, the sacrosanct and unwavering right of peaceful protest as preserved by intl treaties, statutes and international covenants as well as judicial decisions have been fully assured.
However for all intent and purposes, the recent protests epitomizes the willingness of Nigerians to revolt against visible and foreseeable official malfeasance cum adminstrative misfeasance of the government, with the qualifying clause of - " if only the Government could guarantee such right of peaceful Demonstration, devoid of intimidation, harassment, and suppression through its Servants, agencies, privies and cronies.
Recent writers have observed, and I hold no difficulty in agreeing that the #EndSARS Demonstration is a microcosms of the larger problems and conundrum currently rocking the Nigerian Nation.
The EndSARS jostle is a one way of venting our long endured acrimony and reservations against official wickedness and adminstrative bewitching, cascaded by the Bourgeoisie cadre against their proletariat counterparts.
It is however pitiable that the members of the Special Anti Robbery Squad unit of the Nigerian Police Force have aligned themselves in the position of the Biblical "Judas" to test the power of mass action and the authority of the man in the Clapham Omnibus, thereby temporarily shielding the ills of their bigger grandmasters whose acts/inactions constitutes greater threats to our common survival. For this I empathize with them for they are better christened as "Defunct".
Our protest is for an End to SARS and SARS Tendencies in the general security Architecture of the Nigerian State.
Our protest is for an increased and formidable security structure, imbued with intelligence report, forensic and periodical security training and orientation as well as proper equipment of the men and their welfare.
Our protest is for the respect of our inalienable and immutable Human Rights guaranteed by the Divine and merely recognized by the statute book,
Our protest is against government insensitivity, political recklessness and heedless leadership,
Our protest is against unemployment, nepotism and corrupt practices,
Our protest is against hunger and penury,
Our protest is for improved health care, quality and qualitative education, as well as a permanent nostrum to ASUU Strike.
Our Protest is for everything and against anything most unbecoming.
There are weighter matters that begs for mass action/ attention, to them we will attend to, but first:
We are ready to re-write the Precedent and chart a novel cause for a BETTER NIGERIA.
Njoku Chisom Fortunatus (COL)
National President (CALSAN).
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