Second Wave May Kick-out the Current Administration

Endsars protest started on 3rd October and ended on 31st October, within these period of time hoodlums destructed over N3.9 billion worth properties in Lagos only, which made Lagos State government to demand up to N1trillion naira, for reconstruction of damages...

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By Bashir Adamu Kiyawa

Throughout history, we heard divergent revolution and how it ends.

Notably we heard industrial revolution, American revolution(1765-1783) which claims over 37,324+ lives, the French revolution (1789-1799) which claims over 150’000+ lives and destruction of millions of properties, the Haitian revolution that happen first in the history where slaves revolt, the United Irishmen’s rebellion revolution, the nepoleonic war, which claims morethan 3,687,324, and many more.

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The above revolution occured as a result of injust leadership over the masses.

Endsars protest started on 3rd October and ended on 31st October, within these period of time hoodlums destructed over N3.9 billion worth properties in Lagos only, which made Lagos State government to demand up to N1trillion naira, for reconstruction of damages.

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This is enough to be said, government have seen the impact of first wave on security and well-being of it’s citizen, it’s necessary for government to protect it’s geographical territory, and safeguard life and properties, without this government has no role to play, has no vital to any state, nation or society.

Many of the government officials and co-government bodies are playing politics, with frustrated youth who massively are agitating for good governance.

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If Nigerian government do not address the storm with tactical skill, it may wave out the government and resulting in total disharmony, and failing down on FDI, and general economy.

Bashir adamu kiyawa
Bashiradamukiyawa@gmail.com

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