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Nigerian Youths Should Not Be Scared To Come For Dialogue – Buhari

Muhammadu Buhari

Muhammadu Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has come out to beg Nigerian youths to end street protests resort to meaningful discussions with the government to resolve the current problems in Nigeria.

He recently revealed that there are better ways to engage his administration to end all forms of police brutality against Nigerians.

According to him, the cries of Nigerian youths have been heard and they should not be scared to come out to dialogue with the government on the best way to reform the police.

He added that the time to move the protest from the street to the negotiation table has come for citizens.

His words, ”You must realize that protests cannot last indefinitely. My government will not lift a hand to stop or suppress you.

”However, the fact of the matter is that other forces and actors will seek to take over your protests that they may redirect them in ways you did not intend and perhaps do not agree with.

”Every successful protest movement the world over has understood that there comes a time when activity must move from the street to the negotiation table. That time for you has come. Do not be afraid of this reality. You should welcome it.

”It is important that we all strive to use this moment constructively. Too many people have already sacrificed too dearly. It is our duty to use this fateful situation to move ourselves to a more just and caring society.

”As youth, you have a nation and a future to build. My government will always be your faithful partner in this essential and patriotic endeavours.”

”No one who is obeying the law, whether they are in line waiting for a taxi or in a peaceful protest line, should be harassed or brutalized by law enforcement agencies.

”It is because of my abiding belief in the people’s constitutional rights that we moved with dispatch to abolish SARS and to consider other reforms that will enhance the quality of law enforcement and improve the relationship between the police and public which is a pre-requisite in a just society.

”To allow protests is not a sign of weakness. It is a sign of strength and belief in democracy, and faith in the innate goodness of our people.

”This also shows confidence in the ability of our government to work with the people toward a reasonable and practical resolution to any challenge.”


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