‘I Go Dye’ Commends Protesting Mothers

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Popular comedian, ‘I Go Dye’ has hailed the women who took to the streets to protest the abduction of some girls in Borno State about three weeks ago.

He also appealed to the government to rescue the missing Chibok girls. The comedian also commiserated with victms of the May Day bomb blast at Nyanya, Abuja. See what he said.

“It is such a gruesome experience that this kind of abuse and unjust killings is taking place in a democratic nation like Nigeria. The constitution placed the protection/ security of lives,property and the territorial landscape as a significant duty of the Federal Government,under the leadership,of the commander in chief of the Armed Forces,who is the President.

A situation where human lives are lost in a dastardly manner that degrades the existence of our sovereignty is unacceptable. Our security institutions have not lived up to expectation is embarrassing to us, as a nation; that barely two weeks,another successful attack was carried out in the same location. one would ponder,if our security surveying machinaries are now so obsolete to comprehend the tactics of the perpetrators of this attacks?

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The implied attacks raises questions on who takes responsibility for the in competency of Government,when human lives are lost under such avoidable conditions? Where is the nations security?some one has to get the blame?must it be the ordinary Nigerian; who lives below two dollars a day,that suffers for the injustice of the many wrongs of our leaders?so many questions but no true answer?

However I commend our mothers who have taken to solidarity protests all across the country that we are proud of them,that God has heard their cries and the lost girls shall be home soon.

May God grant the bereaved families in the May Day attack the fortitude to bear the irreplaceable loss.Nigerian needs divine favour from God in this time of our history,because we have never had it wrong like this. More so,our leaders have to be sincere with the way they ran the affairs of this nation;because someday history will judge us all. Lets all accept a clarion call to protect Nigeria.

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