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#DemilitarizeNigeria Protests Monday November 27th 2017

#DemilitarizeNigeria Protests Monday November 27th 2017
« on: November 19, 2017, 03:01:16 PM »
Announcing #DemilitarizeNigeria Protests Monday November 27th

The Cabal Must Go movement and ENDS NGO along with other socio-philantropic organizations announce and invite all Nigerians and friends of Nigeria at home and abroad to participate in "Demilitarize Nigeria" protests on Monday, November 27th, 2017.

The protest conversation can be joined with the social media hashtag #DemilitarizeNigeria and followed on the thread http://www.cabalmustgo.com/index.php/topic,17.0.html



We invite all citizens and non governmental organizations to take part in the on and offline protests.

Protests will be staged in all states and the FCT, at the government houses and secretariats as well as at Nigerian embassies across the world.

The petition can also be signed here: http://chn.ge/2zPNihj

It reads:

Petitioning FGN to Demilitarize Nigeria

We the people of Nigeria demand that the Federal government respect the constitution and obey the principles of civilized societies and modern democracy by taking the military off our streets.

On November 17th, according to media reports, Kwara state youths who had volunteered to repair a damaged road, blocked the Senator of the district from traversing it for his political purposes in protest of his failure in the first instance. In response, soldiers 'drafted to him' released volleys on the protesting youth. Media reports that another contingent of troops was again sent to continue the carnage. At least 3 citizens were killed and numerous injured in the aftermath.

The massacre in Kwara state was the latest episode of routine episodes of massacres of innocent civilians in the now militarized Nigerian state.



Armed-forces personnel are trained to "engage and destroy," while the police, otherwise called civil authorities or peace officers and are trained to "protect and serve."

Nigeria's military now routinely on police and political thug duty have increasingly become involved in various crimes against humanity and God. Rather than invite the police when they meet youth protest as the law demands, the "above the law" soldiers simply offload volleys at the youth and then often time bury them en masse in secret and deny the incident.



The Umuahia massacre this September, of over 20 people with several still missing; the December 2015 Zaria massacre of hundreds of minority Muslims after a protest, the Abia and Onitsha 2016 massacres of pro-Biafra and self-determination Igbo youth, are some of an increasing list of massacres and violations by Nigerian soldiers on 'police duty.' Soldiers have also been accused of beating up journalists and breaking their equipment.

There is no role for soldiers in policing the state. civilized society never has armed soldiers on streets. Soldiers are not trained in quelling protests and lack the equipment to keep the peace. They lack teargas, water cannons and hand cuffs. Soldiers are not able to make arrests as they lack the capacity to draft charges to be presented at court.

Battle-weathered and weary troops from Sambisa forest can only be expected to offload on citizens as though they are Boko Haram terrorists.



Nigeria's constitution is clear on the role of the military in defense from external aggression or as a back up to the police to quell insurrection, not in replacement of the police. The amplification of the duties of the military, now delegated as the police of the state has caused the depreciation of the police who have consequently been ranked the "worst in the world." This while further stretching an already battle-worn out military beyond its limits, in contravention of best military practice. Soldiers are over-stretched while being not or under paid. Morale is low and the psychologically exhausted soldiers are more prone to wanton acts against citizens, fellow soldiers and themselves. The murder of his superior and himself by a serving soldier is a latest reference.

The "show of force" by Nigerian soldiers is an act of terror according to Nigerian anti-terrorism laws which prohibit as terrorism, any form of the use of force within the country, by civilians or the army. Terrorism Prevention Act 2011 as amended, Section I, sub section II Acts of terror include: "seriously intimidate a population."

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Nigeria's police on the other hand have been re-assigned to merely being security guards of the affluent cabal and left to begging and intimidating the populace for bribes on the streets. This is unacceptable.

We therefore call on the Nigerian government to immediately return the soldiers to the barracks to rest and recover in honor and dignity, and upgrade the police to their proper status and role in peace keeping.

Contact Dr Perry Brimah: +1-929-427-5305 (Whatsapp); @CabalMustGo or www.CabalMustGo.com; or email info@ends.ng
« Last Edit: November 26, 2017, 04:25:29 PM by #CabalUndertaker »
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Re: #DemilitarizeNigeria Protests Monday November 27th 2017
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2017, 08:33:53 AM »
We have started marching! We march while we still have life!



« Last Edit: November 27, 2017, 02:13:41 PM by #CabalUndertaker »
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#Justice4Kwara5 #StopTheMassacres #DemilitarizeNigeria Protests
« Reply #2 on: November 27, 2017, 01:19:14 PM »
#Justice4Kwara5
#DemilitarizeNigeria
#StopTheMassacres


« Last Edit: November 27, 2017, 01:21:11 PM by #CabalUndertaker »
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Download and Print #DemilitarizeNigeria Protests Handouts
« Reply #3 on: November 27, 2017, 02:11:27 PM »
Please download and print and distribute these Demilitarize Nigeria handouts and continue the protests till the Nigerian government responds
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Re: #DemilitarizeNigeria Protests Monday November 27th 2017
« Reply #4 on: November 27, 2017, 11:52:33 PM »
#Justice4Kwara5
#DemilitarizeNigeria
#StopTheMassacres
Dr Perry Brimah at Nigerian embassy NY




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Download Police Letter
« Reply #5 on: November 28, 2017, 11:21:06 AM »
Download police letter if you need it.
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#DemilitarizeNigeria Protests Till Victory
« Reply #6 on: November 28, 2017, 11:41:15 AM »
Dear Comrades and co-sojourners. The #DemilitarizeNigeria protests must continue till the government hears and responds. The massacre of students in Kwara must be the last one-of-too-many! We must have a right to life and right to protest. I cannot interact with everyone in every state or nation to coordinate the protests. This is your responsibility to do in peaceful fashion. The only requirement is that you announce in the whatsapp group of that state and to me (+1-929-427-5305) so all available members will know and can join.

Please, you do not have to print banners. All you need is cardboards and pens. It was with a cardboard and pen that I triggered the "Where Is Our Money" protests in 2014 with the photo that went viral on LindaIkeji, Omojuwa, AlJazeera and other sites( http://lindalindai.blogspot.com/2014/02/welcome-to-linda-ikejis-blog_9878.html ) All you need is heart, and fear ONLY GOD and not Buhari or Buratai. Better we die standing than on our knees. Nigeria must not be turned into North Korea as youth protests are now always met with military brute force and massacres.

Protest is our right. Civil disobedience is also a right. We do not even need police permit to protest. They may try to shut down such protests but it does not mean we cannot start them. This is our right. I got no permit when I protested #UndressNASS with just about 9 people and we shut down NASS main gate and got all media attention. Know your rights. Protest, assembly and free speech is a fundamental, inalienable right. The right the Nigerian government is clamping down on to turn us into scared slavish sheep.

Please fight and sing for: #Justice4Kwara5 ; #DemilitarizeNigeria ; #StopTheMassacres ; #ProtestIsOurRight ; #OnitshaMassacre ; #ZariaMassacre ; #UmuahiaMassacre ; #BornoMassacre ; #OdiMassacre and so on! Tweet too. Be you 1 man or many men, go and protest and tweet the pictures and videos immediately and continuously to the #DemilitarizeNigeria hashtag. It's not the number but the heart. Go to NASS, go to government houses and embassies. You are the leader you seek. You are the coordinator. You are the key and hero. Remain peaceful at all times, we dissociate ourselves from any form of violence.

Let the protests fall like rain or we may never be able to protest or have any form of opposition to cabal rule in Nigeria ever again. We must win or Otta and Minna meeting, jet flying cabal win for life! This protest is core to the victory of @CabalMustGo for the downtrodden,voiceless Nigerian masses.

CabalMustGo logos for printing t-shirts banners can be found here; http://www.cabalmustgo.com/tools-videos-banners-logos/ and updates on the #DemilitarizeNigeria protests are here: http://www.cabalmustgo.com/meetings-action/
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#DemilitarizeNigeria Protests At Akwa Ibom December 1st
« Reply #7 on: December 01, 2017, 07:16:27 PM »
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Update of AKwa Ibom State Demilitarize Nigeria Protest. The protest kicked off at barracks road leading to governors office, after which we proceeded to the following locations, Aka road, Ibb way, aka etinan,then to the state police headquarters AKwa IMA estate precisely. In attendance we have the following Comrades. Chief Samuel  Egba, chief Hon. Richard Nkanga, Mr Victor Egba, Mr Christian Friday Ita, Mr Christian Effiong Jimmy, Mr Richard Ini Edet, Mr Furtune Edet Archibong, Hon Ukeme Edet Jonah.comment ricieved from the public was encouraging, as there were happy to see Nigerian youths who have such enormous courage to protest for the wellbeing of the Nigerian youth and the citizens at large!!!!!!






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