Former Nigerian President, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has finally waded into the “End SARS” protest rocking major parts of the country, aimed at bringing to a permanent end, the existence of the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) and all other forms of police brutalities.
Goodluck Jonathan has warned that no Nigerian blood needs to be spilled or lost during a peaceful protest aimed at bettering our Nation. This was contained in a brief statement released via his official Facebook page last night, October 13, 2020.
He tasked everyone involved in this process to exercise restraint as we March towards a better Nigeria, regardless of our divergent views and interest.READ FULL ARTICLES HERE
In his exact words: “No Nigerian blood needs to be spilled or life lost during a peaceful protest that seeks to advance our country. We may hold different views on national issues, but there is no doubt that most people desire the same thing for Nigeria: a place where we can all live out the full potential of our God-given abilities.”READ FULL ARTICLES HERE
He then added: “I implore everyone to exercise restraint as we walk through these challenging times.”
See reactions from Nigerians below…
“The Political ORACLE has spoken again. Your Excellency is indeed a great blessing to Nigerians, the African continent and entire humanity,” Wisdom Oniekpar Ikuli wrote in reaction.
“How I wish former President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan can be President of Nigeria come 2023, Nigeria will be great because he has learnt n relearn from his past experience as a President and he has relearn as an Ambassador of peace.
God bless u Sir,” Theo David Chukwuma commented.
“We must not always agree on same topics. And our leaders should know that many people who disagree with them are also intelligent trying to solve problems in a reasonable manner,” Abraham Aondohemba said.
“Good one my peaceful and amiable former President.
How I wished that others have this your uncommon leadership skills.
That power truly resides with the people while leaders hold it in trust for them,” Mike Ogbuefi wrote.
“You have always been a man with a heart for the people so bad that is not your regime but all the same thanks for the interest,” Juliet Chris commented.