#EndSARS – FIRST STEP TO BUILDING THE NIGERIA OF OUR DREAMS

YAY! ITS NOT A WONDERFUL TIME TO BE ALL EXCITED IN THE COUNTRY BUT I AM REALLY PUMPED AND SUPER HAPPY COS IT TOOK SERIES OF DECISION MAKING AND EPISODES OF TRASHING IDEAS TO FINALLY COOK THIS EPISODE.

YOUR CONSISTENCY AND ENERGY IS GOLD. THANKS!!!β™₯️❀️

     At this moment in the country we cannot deal with anything weightier than what we already have in our hands. Our problems, without exaggeration is clearly digging a large hole to swallow us all sooner or later. Our smiles are just tortured forward, a masterpiece of deception we all learnt from the yester generations. The #EndSARS movement became the theme to have the conversation, protest and outcry in depth, hoping that in the end we will have a warm, rewarding and meaningful result.

This past week made me realize the masses of Nigeria were never asleep. Afraid, yes. And while writing this episode of “let’s talk being African” I finally began to see how the whole puzzle relate. The neurotic compulsion to not speaking up in the past was always when we failed ourselves, because we thought it would keep us safe. But somehow we gave them the power to mess with our lives in the country. However, there’s nothing quite as good as realizing one’s mistakes and taking positive actions as quickly as possible. And if the government fail to acknowledge positivity, then they are just as backward and narrow-minded as we think they are.

    As for to the many killings and the brutality the police and the anti-special squad has been melting on the citizens all these years, I do wonder if they ever wake up and experience unfathomable guilt, several days of ick attacks and questions on why.  Not that it changes anything, but it won’t take everything. The more reason why we had to get up or keep dying. The system practically starves us of everything democracy stands for and then our leaders- the ones who swore their undying commitment to us, moan and grunt about our own shortcomings when the truth is they are of no good. And why are we the villains in this piece, if we are not being killed for committing zero crimes, we are being arrested for executing a peaceful protest, their guilt turns to hostility. We are fed up to the teeth. We can’t allow this oppression and killings and insufficiency forever, it has finally driven us to the wall. The only way normality of things can stand a chance in the country right now is with some kind of justifying agreement. The government will have to agree to the masses agreement.

     It is a nifty and life changing demonstration. This is literally the best time to be Nigerian.  All our prayers to God might not be answered exactly the way we asked, not all the analysis we can buy in all the years might be proven to be true. But hopefully we may very well one day be able to know what it is to live in a new and better Nigeria. Yes, we all want this change desperately enough which is while it is important that everyone- old and young, rich and poor, privateers and global/national influencers, etc. join hands in pursuing it with fervour. Because no matter the outcome of this struggle, we all will still be Nigerians, always.

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 XOXO,ELLA.

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10 thoughts on “#EndSARS – FIRST STEP TO BUILDING THE NIGERIA OF OUR DREAMS”

  1. If I am to rate this piece, I will honestly give 6/10. You have what it takes to be a writer but you must keep improving. The best is yet to come

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