Moro Must Go! ‘Moron’ Must Leave By Mayowa Okekale
Silence is foolishness, betrayal of purpose and grave sin in an unjust society like ours. In Nigeria, it is this same stain we are witnessing with our unresponsive leadership. The leadership has continued to fail and not ashamed of failing for million of times. It accepts its failure, but the youths should not be part of the system.
If my memory would serve me well, i still believe highhandedness, corruption, selfishness and greed which have characterised our national life make our youths suffer and die untimely, even in penury. Many hopes have been dashed. Many destinies have been shattered. It makes them treat us like goats and hens. We are not given what we deserve, rather they extort and kill us.
The struggle led by Japheth Omojuwa and Uche Briggs, with many other well-thinking nigerian youths, in prosecution of the satanic, blood-sucking Minister of Interior, Abba Moro, yesterday at Abuja on the brutal and fatal #NIS recruitment saga which killed our numerous comrades;young and old, tells me we have some youth leaders who have the interest and development of this country at heart. The information of arrest which broke out aftermath of this protest is what calls for concern. Of course, it really calls for many questions to be asked now but not later. Why has the Federal Government failed to bring Moro to justice? When is he going to be prosecuted for his heinous act? Will impunity beckon on him still? No! It must not happen. He has to go!
Need we be told our collective youth voices have to be relevant? Need we be told our existence must worth some regard? Do we need anyone to tell us that our own loses is their own gain? Yes! The loses calculated on the death of our comrades recently amounted to behemoth gain for Abba Moro and his family members, also Drexel Technologies. He is one of our vampire ministers we have ever heard in the nation.
According to Japheth Omojuwa himself: “We were arrested yesterday according to what one of the officers called “order from the Minister” but were released about six hours later. We were moved between the Civil Defence (NSCDC) to Police to the State Security Service (SSS) but if all of the people who arrested us yesterday learned anything at all, it is that they must now know we are undeterred and undaunted. Let it be known and let it be clear, blackmail and intimidation cannot stop us. Only the sack and prosecution of Abba Moro can get us thinking of stopping while Drexel Technologies and all their cronies must be made to pay for what they did to fellow Nigerians and comrades on the 15th of March, 2014”.
From all intents and purposes, our youths freedom fighters have the interest of this country at heart and need motivation for further struggle. We must not fight in vain. We are all in this together and fight it to the finish.
Up Omojuwa, Up Briggs, Up Nigerian visionary Youths.
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