My Beautiful Nigerian Youths!

#Notice Board

WHEN THE PROTESTS MATURE TO FULL BLOWN ANARCHY NOTE THE FOLLOWING ABOUT THE PEOPLE YOU KNOW AND LOVE:

  1. The 14 to 45 year old males will be bearing arms directly whether or not they like it. About half of them will die within the first year of conflict. At least 30% of females in this age range will be raped and probably killed.
  2. The bulk of 0 to 13 year olds will grow up as orphans. 10% will be killed in the first year and another 50% will perish from neglect in subsequent years.
  3. The population above from 46 to 65 years will have their dreams finally destroyed and will die out rapidly from lack of a will to survive the hardship and stress.
  4. The population above 66 years will have no support to survive and will die slow lonely deaths, some through starvation and neglect.
  5. Crime rates will multiply ten fold given the unbridled access to arms and ammunition. There will be no safe havens given current trends.
  6. Life expectancy will drop to 21 years from the current 47 years.
  7. If the conflict lasts longer than one year the worlds largest refugee problem would have been created. Nigerians will flee into Niger,Togo, Ghana, Chad, Benin Republic and Cameroon. A one way journey for most as these countries are completely unprepared for the potential influx of humiliated Nigerians.
  8. Through CNN, Aljazeera, SABC, BBC and other media houses we will become the global laughing stock with no idea of what next to do.
  9. Present day uncompromising voices will run away to safety. Shamelessly so. The afore mentioned victims will be drawn from ordinary folk.

No one (North, South, East, or West, Christian, Muslim etc) will be immune.

BETTER TO TALK PEACEFULLY,EVERY ARTICLE OF RELATIONSHIP AS A NATION CAN BE NEGOTIATED PEACEFULLY.

NON-PARTISAN WARNING.

Let us all watch the way we approach the situation to not make it worsen!

Let’s reason together! What can we do? We need Peace! Love! Oneness of heart!

Black Tuesday 2020 #EndSARS😭

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No one could ever imagine Nigeria Youths could finally protest this way!

Several years back, Nigeria Youths have been suffering and nothing has changed!

This is unbelievable that the government could send so called security armies to kill her citizens! Even Youths!

Nigeria Youths cries for a better Nigeria! We are the future of Nigeria! We are out loud to make a positive change to our father land!

We deliberately call for the HELP! of governments all over the world!

African Youths arise for your brother and sisters keeper!

😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭 One love! One heart! One creature!

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Black Tuesday 2020 #EndSARS😭

No one could ever imagine Nigeria Youths could finally protest this way!

Several years back, Nigeria Youths have been suffering and nothing has changed!

This is unbelievable that the government could send so called security armies to kill her citizens! Even Youths!

Nigeria Youths cries for a better Nigeria! We are the future of Nigeria! We are out loud to make a positive change to our father land!

We deliberately call for the HELP! of governments all over the world!

African Youths arise for your brother and sisters keeper!

😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭 One love! One heart! One creature!

Help! Help! Help!

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Nigerian Youths call for #HELP!

#EndSARS protest has revealed lots of Nigeria’s problems

The protesters are now in danger as gun shots have been involved

The peace and unity that have been existing now turned upside down

Nigeria Youths now running helter skelter to survive. They’re deeply injured

What is the end of Nigeria Youths protest against the #ENDSARS ?

Help! Help! Help!

End SARS protest in Egypt

This is to inform all Nigerians in Egypt both young and old to be well informed that the embassy are doing their part and pleading to the citizens to comply along as Egypt has her way of doing things.

Find out for procedures before proceeding…

Respect Egypt Culture!

William Uchemba making a voice to the nationwide

Dear Nigerian Government,

I know you’ve been wondering the people championing this protest, I know you’ve been asking yourselves why the protest is still going on after agreeing to do everything the Nigerian youth have asked, I know you been asking and investigating who the leader of this protest is and how you can stop this new movement that has been on for days now. Well in case you don’t know this protest is no longer about ending police brutality ( as that is just one out of A LOT to address), this is about the pain and frustration the Nigerian citizens have been going through for years, this is about the over 40 million people who after four or five years of schooling can’t find a job, this is about people that their loved ones died in the hospital over a very little issue because of the poor health care system, this is about people that after working for years can’t even have access to their pension money, this is about new business and entrepreneurs the Nigerian government have Frustrated because of all the unnecessary charges on a baby business thereby shutting the business down, this is about years and years of living in darkness when every year we hear about the billions and billions of naira that is put into the electricity system in this country, I could go on and on to tell you why this protest is happening, I can tell you for free that the people have had enough and have woken up in Unity with one voice and you can’t break that because POWER BELONGS TO THE PEOPLE. #restructureNigeria #giveusbasicamenities

End SARS now!

End SARS: Protesters release fresh 23 demands

The ‘End SARS’ protesting youths has released a fresh list of ’23 demands’ President Buhari’s government must meet before they can call us the protests which is sweeping across Nigeria.

The protests which initially started as a campaign against police brutality has now metamorphosed into a conscious citizen movement against bad governance.

List of what Nigerian youths want the federal government to do before they can call off their protest;

  1. End SARS
  2. Sack security chiefs
  3. Improve security
  4. Full deregulation of the oil and gas sector to allow more investments for job creation
  5. Immediate passage of PIB
  6. Full deregulation of the power sector to allow investment capital flow to generate, transmit and distribute more power and create jobs
  7. Should hands-off petroleum pricing to enable free-market determination of pricing
  8. Close our northern borders to stop the free entry of Fulani herdsmen and bandits
  9. Inclusive government for all tribes and regions of Nigeria with 50 percent youths in charge of governance
  10. Allocate more funds to the education sector to provide better teaching tools and to pay better salaries to end ASUU strikes
  11. Change our academic curriculum to reflect modern-day realities
  12. All politicians should be placed on minimum wage to attract genuine public servants
  13. Migrate to 100 per cent electoral reforms with electronic voting tied to our BVN and GSM
  14. Return Nigeria to regional governance structure or restructure the country and embrace true federalism. States autonomy must be paramount.
  15. Disband the bi-cameral legislature and adopt uni-cameral
  16. Immediately reform Nigeria Police Force and let every state or region create its own police service.
  17. No more budget for running private affairs of elected and appointed public servants
  18. Enthrone university education as a minimum qualification for public office holders at all levels of government from the president to local government and ward chairpersons
  19. Strip ex-governors and all elected and appointed public servants of all benefits after office.
  20. Increase salaries of our doctors, nurses, teachers, police, military officers, and civil servants
  21. Government should hands-off ownership and management of businesses at all levels.
  22. Name and shame looters and make criminal offenders, and looters face trial in their home states and villages to shame them and their families.
  23. Stop foreign medical trips for public servants. Let them be treated here in Nigeria. When last did you hear an American President or a British Prime Minister visit Nigeria for medical tourism?