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Former president, Jonathan advises Nigerians on protest.

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Former Nigerian president, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, has broken his silence over the agitations of Nigerians for the reform of the police which have taken the form of protests.

Jonathan, on his Twitter page, said that the protest was only organised to advance the country and as such, no life needs to be lost. He noted that while many may hold different views on national issues, ultimately, every well-meaning Nigerian wants the best for the country. The elder statesman, therefore, urged fellow citizens to apply self-control in their move for a better Nigeria at such a trying time.

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“No Nigerian blood needs to be spilt 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. I implore everyone to exercise restraint as we walk through these challenging times.”

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“I habe suffered,my children must not” – Small doctor.

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In line with recent happenings in the country, one thing Nigerians demanded relentlessly was that President Muhammadu Buhari addressed them.

After days of asking, he eventually did on October 22, and his speech left a trail of mixed reactions from nationals. Nigerian artiste Small Doctor was one of the disappointed bunch. According to the musician, Buhari’s nationwide broadcast left him numb. He stated that he has suffered as a Nigerian but his children must not go through the same experience.

He said:

“That speech Just Made me go numb. I have suffered, my kids must not suffer. #EndsSARS #EndBuhari.”

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