Mass protest in Nigeria goes beyond End SARS movement – Senator Shehu Sanni.

Former Senator from Kaduna State and a Human Right Activist, Senator Shehu Sanni has said the mass protest across the Nation goes beyond end SARS.

He noted that the protest against SARS is a revolutionary uprising against bad governance, insecurity, negligence and toying with the people’s intelligence.

Speaking at a gathering in Minna Shehu argued that as it is, nobody can stop the protest while lamenting at the poor manner of handling the nation’s affairs by the political officeholders.

The lawmaker also insisted that the protest is against the system that has failed the nation.

Sanni, however, called on the youths in the country to take the protest to wards and ensure they maintain it’s tempo.

“The youths have spoken loud and clear and their voices must be heard as the protest is a rise against the system. I urge them to sustain the tempo of the protest. It is the only way to salvage their future and they should not spare anybody in the protest,” he insisted.

He continued, “the handling of the nation’s affair by the policymakers and officeholders has continued to retard the development of Nigeria. They have made it impossible for the people of the country to move to advance level.”

Sanni decried the way and manner the public sectors have been destroyed by political office holders for their selfish gains, maintaining that they have personalised governance and have made it impossible for children of the poor to attain any position in the country.

According to him, “How can a nation as ours with such huge wealth have such huge poverty level?, you can’t get a job in Nigeria if you are a son of nobody, you can’t be elected in Nigeria if you don’t have money and Godfather, so these must stop.”

End SARS: ‘There’ll be revolution in Nigeria, everybody will be ready to die’ – How T.B Joshua’s warned

As the protests over police brutality engulfing the nation of Nigeria steadily grow in momentum, a video of TB Joshua prophesying a ‘revolution’ instigated by Nigerian youths has resurfaced on social media.

The video, which was originally aired seven years ago on July 14th 2013, shows Joshua sharing a revelation to the congregation of The Synagogue, Church of All Nations (SCOAN), which he titled ‘Carry Your Youths Along’.

“I am seeing a revolution,” the cleric bluntly began, adding that “every revolution starts by protests”.

“I’m seeing people taking to the streets,” he continued, adding that the authorities would attempt unsuccessfully to quash the protests with police.

“You can stop protests but you cannot stop revolution. When it becomes a revolution, everybody is ready to die, so you can’t stop it,” he stated.

“It might be stopped at the beginning. Eventually, it will become so big that it cannot be stopped. This I see happen. Nigeria, pray,” he stated in the clip.

The cleric, however, proffered a solution, calling on the Nigerian government to actively engage its young people, recognising they are the “leaders of tomorrow”.

“God has given us the way out. The way out – job creation for the youth and the creation of a new social value system,” he said.

“No matter the education the youth have, they feel they have no place in politics and there is no job to keep them busy,” he continued, calling for a “new orientation” especially in the political sphere.

“In politics, the youth should be considered for important positions such as assistants to elders. While the elders are ministers, the youth should be junior ministers,” he advised. “By doing this, we are training them to take over tomorrow.”

The prominent cleric further reiterated his ‘shocking’ vision. “Revolution is a weapon of change that is coming. This is the vision I saw – revolution is coming when people will take to the streets because life has no value anymore to the people,” he said, adding that the “coming ominous signs are disastrous”.

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Joshua appealed to those in leadership to “carry your youth along” in “politics and administration, especially in ruling your country”, adding that Nigeria’s young people “want to see themselves represented in every area of life.”

“When we carry the youth along, whenever there is a revolt, they will be available to readily speak to their colleagues,” he also noted.

The cleric insisted the revelation was “the voice of God” and “none of this will go without being fulfilled”.

“As sure as God lives, I, TB Joshua, will tell you only what God says. If I am hated, persecuted or intimidated because of my accurate prophetic messages, blessed be to God who gives the prophecy. The day will declare who is in the right and who is in the wrong, says the Lord,” Joshua concluded.

Since the outbreak of #EndSARS protests, Joshua is yet to make a public comment and his official social media handles have not referenced the unrest.

The protests, which have drawn huge crowds throughout Nigeria’s major cities, have morphed from insistence on the abolition of the notorious SARS police unit to impassioned calls for good governance and accountability among Nigeria’s politicians.

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Biafra: Everybody is ready to die, so you cannot stop Revolution – TB Joshua

Prophet TB Joshua has reveals that everybody is ready to die, so the federal government cannot stop Revolution.

“Carry your youth along and give them their right, I am seeing a revolution. I am seeing people take to the streets.

“At the beginning of that protest, it might be stopped. Eventually, it will become so big that it cannot be stopped.

“You can stop protests but you cannot stop a revolution. Because in a revolution, everybody is ready to die, so you cannot stop it.”