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#INSECURITY: Can we say we are safe in Nigeria?

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It’s no more news that lives are not safe with increase in the rate of insecurity in the country and for how long are we going to express grief with words of mouth when some people’s lives are massacred at the mercy of the Islamic militant group Boko Haram, kidnappers or in the hand of some untrained, armed and merciless security officers that are meant to protect citizens.

The state of the country under a democratic regime is indeed questionable. The question is, does our lives matter to our leaders? Trailing from the time boko haram insurgency started in 2009. when the jihadist group Boko Haram started an armed rebellion against the government of Nigeria. But until now, we still fight boko haram like unknown enemies despite the fact that the FG granted amnesty to some boko haram insurgents.

One of the way through all this was part of what #EndSARS movement was about, which is ACCOUNTABILITY. Who is accountable and for what. We really need to know that expressing grief for the dead or family of the dead on the National TV can not change the fact that people are dying for the non challant attitude to insecurity in the Nation.

Nigerians are agitating for a New Nigerian, even aside from the #EndSARS protest. People are tired and scared of what the country is turning out to be and if we let things continue like this, it will become an explosive or time bomb for the next generation.

Knowing the fact that we need to tackle insecurity to reduce or eradicate unemployment in the Nation. Insecurity is a major cause of foreign investors looking away from Nigeria. we tend to create employment and fail to tackle insecurity. Farmers all over the country are not safe. Youth in the northern region are not encouraged due to insecurity in the Land.

Should we continue like this until 2023? What about accountability? Who is responsible for lives that are taking in the process of looking for livelihood or the ones taking unjustly?

Nigeria is a peaceful Nation and peace is what each and everyone should preach. But nothing look peaceful when lives are taking unjustly, kidnapping everywhere, armed robbery and lots of heavy criminal offenses like embezzlement and no one will be held responsible. NO WAY!!

How do we tackle corruption?
Who are those responsible for the safety of Nigerian?

IF A HUMAN HEAD IS NOT WELL MANAGED, THE BODY WILL MISBEHAVE OR EVEN CRUMBLE.

TO BE CONTINUED….

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