A renowned Youth who is a Politician, Hon Samuel Kasuwa has disclosed that Governor Simon Bako Lalong had no intention to divert palliatives main for the citizens of the state but pledged that we are the vanguard of change in the society so we shouldn’t allow ourselves to be misled.
He commended the federal and state government distribution for palliatives to ease the covid-19 pandemic across the 36 states but charge protesters to exercise constraint and allow the government to constitute a committee to share to Nigerians.
Speaking with our correspondent at Rayfield in Jos South Local Government Council of Plateau State, Hon Samuel Kasuwa condemned in its totality the manner some miscreants hijacked the peaceful protest by turning into looting expedition and attacking personalities in the name of wild #Endsars protest.
He pleaded with the Nigerian youths to shun all social verses capable of destroying the unity of Nigeria sovereignty, “we must put aside our differences in religious and ethnic affiliation to let this great country to the promised land no matter what in bedeviling us.
Kasuwa called on citizens of Plateau state to uphold the spirit of tolerance forgiveness and to ensure that we all strengthen the bond of unity at all levels of development.
He maintained that with what happened to Nigeria within the weeks under review, ” we pray to God Almighty to stop the act of brutality and looting of private owners’ properties in the name of protest.
Kasuwa noted that as a youth he is calling on all the protesters to remain calm and to see that Mr. President also condemn the brutality of SARS by dissolving them immediately.
However, in Plateau state, Hon Kasuwa applauded Governor Simon Lalong for quick action taken in addressing the protesters by preventing them from spreading across the state but as he reduced it to two LGs.
He appealed to all the traditional rulers across the 17 LGAs of the state to caution their youths and make sure the outbreak of lawlessness is avoided without rancor.
According to him, we appeal to religious leaders in the state to return back to God and pray for the restoration of the land, we are a member of one family and we belong to one Nigeria so let stop deceiving ourselves going to destroy our symbol of love and unity.
Samuel lamented that we should imbibe the culture of togetherness, we would return back to our creator one day so there is no need for us to fight and destroy what God has endowed us with.
He said Nigerian youths should stop the wild goose chase of white-collar jobs so they should engage themselves in meaningful business to manage their family because of the situation.
“Our violent attacks on innocent Nigerian where we vandalized and intimidate them and pack their goods isn’t the solution to the present crises which can’t solve our unemployment challenges facing us,” he added.
Kasuwa, “I’m not speaking for the government or their action, but to stress that they have to set up a committee to enable them to distribute the palliatives to the vulnerable communities but with this act, few people are the beneficiaries of the gesture through dubious and unconditional means “.
He pointed out that whatever we enjoy today, we should understand that another day we would suffer the same Faith because the manner covid-19 wreak havoc across the globe, we should remain calm and our brother’s keeper.
He added Nigeria belongs to all of us, so we should build an indelible mark of confidence.