NIGERIAN YOUTHS IN DIASPORA UNITED AGAINST FUEL SUBSIDY REMOVAL AND INSECURITY IN NIGERIA

PROTOCOL:
Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.
We must show acts of courage in times of injustice and when defending common dangers. We must now choose if the examples set by our founding fathers should inspire us or condemn us. We must contain all elements of threat instead of passing them on to future generations. For the past few months, the entire world has watched and seen the hardship meted on millions of people by a few individuals bent on destroying our nation. The events of these few months and the indifference of the Nigerian Government to the plight of the masses have marked a turning point that is capable of creating a chain reaction that can shake the very foundation of Nigeria. We cannot afford to sit on the sidelines any longer and watch more innocent lives and blood wasted on the altar of unpatriotism. The United Nations charter on Peoples Rights and the African Charter on Human Rights guarantees the Right to National peace and security of all people irrespective of religious, cultural or political inclinations.
Alas, as it stands today in Nigeria, security has became elusive. The recent removal of subsidy in Nigeria is an act of genocide by the Nigerian Government against defenceless and helpless Nigerian masses, especially women and children. This is a great time of uncertainty and every silent onlooker is either a traitor or a coward. We have decided to be neither traitors nor cowards and we call on comrades and compatriots to extend hands of fellowship. Where there is suffering, there is duty. Nigerians are not strangers, they are citizens, not problems, but priorities and government must have a responsibility for all. And we must bear in mind that insisting on this responsibility is not a search for scapegoats, it is a call to conscience and it is a call for service and this service must be rendered. This is a generational challenge, it is a battle we must fight together, not for ourselves but for the millions who cannot speak for themselves and on whose behalf we take this solemn stand today

RESOLUTION:
Subsequent upon wider consultations with youths coalitions both in Nigeria and in Diaspora, the inability of Government to contain terrorism in Nigeria, recent evidence of the continual clampdown on youths by agents of the government and the recent removal of subsidy in Nigeria, the Nigeria Coalition in Diaspora hereby declare ALUTA LAW over the Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. On this note, we shall hereby;

Move all offices of the Youths coalitions in Nigeria to Abuja

Move the Secretariat of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) to Abuja

Use all instrumentality of Peace to shut down Abuja and make the country
Ungovernable

Youths barricade of all roads leading to Aso Rock

We declare war on Boko Haram and all their sponsors in Nigeria

We demand that Government must release the names of Boko Haram Sponsors in Nigeria currently with SSS

All Nigerian embassies and Consulates abroad must be shut or we shut it ourselves if necessary. Nigerian Youths, have been communicated to take all necessary actions in Europe, Asia, North America and South America. The country is in mourning and all flags must be at half-mast

We demand the release of Comrade Eze Nwagwu, Comrade Mbaseki Mbono and all Nigerian Youths arrested on the 2nd of January while carrying peaceful Protest at Abuja

Reversal of Fuel subsidy with immediate effect

We demand immediate consultation of government with Nigerian Labour Congress and the Trade Union Congress

CONCLUSION:
The man dies in him that refuses to speak out in the face of tyranny. In the words of Martin Niemoller “First they came for the communists, and I didn’t speak out because I wasn’t a communist. Then they came for the unionists, and I didn’t speak out because I wasn’t a trade unionist. Then they came for the Jews, and I didn’t speak out because I wasn’t a Jew. Then finally, they came for me and then there was no one left to speak out for me” should be a lesson for all of us. We have to renew a purpose today to fight against injustice, against oppression and stampede and we implore every Nigerian youth to be part of this generational challenge and history will judge us if we decide to chicken out and tow the path of cowardice. All roads must lead to Abuja and the time to take that action is NOW!!!!!!!

Signed
Comrade (Pharm) Ikeagwuonwu Chinedu (Sweden)
Comrade Ganiyu Bola(United Kingdom)
Mohammed Abu(UAE)
DR Igwilo Onyeka (Australia)
Yinka Deji(United States)
Onwuka Chukwu(China)
Barr.Destiny Peters(Canada)
Comrade Orjika C(Nigeria)
Goddy Uyi(Spain)

5 Responses to “NIGERIAN YOUTHS IN DIASPORA UNITED AGAINST FUEL SUBSIDY REMOVAL AND INSECURITY IN NIGERIA”

  1. THE DECEIVED AND MANIPULATED PEOPLES OF NIGERIA,
    JUST LOOK CLOSELY AND EXAMINE CAREFULLY THE PHOTOGRAPHS AND VIDEOS OF THE BOMB EXPLOSIONS AT MADALA, MAIDUGURI, DAMATURU, JOS, GADAKA, AND KANO, AND ANSWER THIS SIMPLE QUESTION TO YOURSELVES : WHY ALMOST EVERY BUILDING AND EVERY CAR HAD BEEN HIT “FROM ABOVE”, AND NOT “FROM SIDEWAYS” ?!?! PLEASE KNOW THAT IN THIS “GLOBE”, AND SINCE YEARS AGO, THERE ARE THINGS CALLED SATELLITE-GUIDED “U.A.V. DRONES” THAT CAN RELEASE “SMART BOMBS” WHICH CAN BE PROGRAMMED TO EXPLODE BEFORE TOUCHING, AND YARDS ABOVE, GROUND LEVELS. FURTHERMORE : HOW CAN AN ALLEGED “SUICIDE-BOMBER” EASILY WEAR AND WANDER ABOUT UNNOTICED WITH 60 TO 80 KILOS OF EXPLOSIVES ON HIS BODY ?!?! ALSO : HOW CAN THE ALLEGED “THIRD WORLD ‘BOKO’ INSURGENTS” SURPASS AND OUTCLASS PROFESSIONAL FIGHTERS OF AMERICAN S.W.A.T. AND BLACKWATER, TOGETHER ?!?!

  2. OMG, do you see whats taking place in Syria? In spite of a brutal government crackdown, the demonstrations continue

  3. ebun affon says:

    Do you know that while Nigerians are facing hardships due to the NEW YEAR PRESENT OF DEREGULATION OF THE OIL SECTOR FROM PRESIDENT JONATHAN,few days ago the president jetted to South Africa with 2 presidential jets,very large entourage,just to celebrate 100 yrs of ANC party!what are we saying to this Nigerians?a president who promise to cut down on overseas trips,cut-down on nos.of excorts during his trips?

  4. Anonymous says:

    I am totally in support of d strike.goodluck has failed us.he will forever be haunted by those that died because of his selfish and evil policies.God will judge him.

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