Opinion: If These Men Refuse To Lend Their Voices, They Will Definitely Lose Most Of Their Members
It is saddening that these great and well-known men of God, have rather proved to be unperturbed by the current disaster ravaging the nation.
What irks me most is the kind of mindset we Nigerians posess when dealing with matters that do not directly relate to us.
I guess nonchalancy is somettwe have grown so accustomed to.
“It is only the bereaved families that hurts the most”
I won’t be surprised if some Dignitaries do not feel our pain as much as we beg them to.
I won’t be surprised if our so-called preachers think that their duties only ends on the pulpit.
We have lost hundreds of young promising Nigerians to these beasts in uniforms, and they aren’t bothered about it
I guess because their children are immune to this harassment, they probably go out with their personal gaurds and security, and as such have no need for the reassurance.
Well, we are vulnerable.
Nigerian youths are vulnerable, and it is the right of these our spiritual Fathers to speak up.
If they choose not, then, they would be risking losing most of their members.
Na who support us, we go worship for their Church.
For now, we won’t stop protesting until Sars are disbanded.