The Concerned Advocates for Good Governance, CAGG, Thursday condemned the shooting and killings of #ENDSARS protesters at Lekki Toll Gate, on Tuesday by soldiers.
Expressing grievance, Olusegun Bamgbose, Esq, National Coordinator, opined that President Muhammad Buhari’s government was the worst civil regime in the history of Nigeria.
Below is the full statement:
“It’s becoming very clearer to many concerned Nigerians, that Buhari’s government is a colossal failure. The APC has failed woefully, to satisfactorily address the earnings of the masses.
The EndSARS protests have been on for all most a month, and the President of the nation has not deemed it noble and necessary, to address his fellow citizens.
This is pitiable and pathetic. It won’t be out of place to state that Buhari’s government could rank as the worst civilian regime in Nigeria’s history.
How could one explain the horror and the massacre of harmless Nigerians at Lekki? Will the Commander-In-Chief claim ignorance, as to the order to shoot the protesters? It’s really a pity.
Let me however assure Buhari that he should get prepared to face the wrath of grieving Nigerians.
We will bury our dead, but we won’t bury the hatchet. This regime has taken Nigerians for a ride for so long, and they should get prepared to face the dire consequences of this dastardly act. No force of gun can put an end to lawful agitation.
Late General Abacha tried it but met his waterloo. No one takes Nigeria for granted and go scot-free. It’s a matter of time, Nigerians will show the stuff they are made up. When cobwebs unite, it can tie up a tiger.”