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It is not shocking at this point that the media coverage around protest deaths, seem to only see them as casualties. These men and women are not casualties, they were murdered by the irresponsibility of the Nigerian government.
These people were not doing anything illegal neither were they criminals. Anyone who argues against this logic will have to produce judicial proof of the crime committed.
Their crime, if any, is being patriotic, they become to us, political martyrs. For the greater good, they chose to come out and speak up for change.
The blood of the martyrs are the seed of the revolution. We will do right by them, by seeing that the Nigerian government is held accountable for their duties and these deaths. We will see this protest through.
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For comfort, we hold on to the Holy books, that in our assemblies are present, the spirits of just men made perfect. It is Christian theology that everyone who dies, sleeps. While your spirits are crowned in glory, we honour your cause.
The Kulture Review mourns with the families of the bereaved, and it is our sincere prayers that their due prosecution be accorded to everyone in the force who is responsible for their murder.
To every Nigerian, we owe it to them to follow the protest through, and remember their names.
R.I.P to the celestials, those whose souls watch over the protests; Jimoh Ishaq, Ifeoma Abugu, Sleek, Joy Ndubueze, Anita Akapson, Chika Ibeku, Chibueze Anams, Harry Ataria, Stephen Agbayim, Tony Ani, and the many others who were murdered by SARS officials, their names must be remembered.
Today is another day to retweet the hashtag #EndSARS and join the protests nears you.
God bless us all.