There seems to be no end in sight to the youth restiveness in the country on the issue of an end to police brutality , government oppression of the citizens which was tagged as #EndSARS in Nigeria.
It initially started as a peaceful protest by angry youths against police brutality and later snowballed into into chaos as other youths perceived to have been hired by politicians as thugs hijacked the process by attacking the peaceful protesters, burning cars and other valuables properties culminating into further aggravation of the entire process and when the military eventually attacked and opened fire against peaceful protesters at the Lekki toll gate , the whole exercise was erupted with tears and blood coupled with both national and international widespread condemnation of the shootings and killings that took place in Lekki.
Things later took another event and went out of control as youths vented their anger against the state as government properties being burnt down including private owned businesses and properties. Then followed the discovery of Covid-19 palliatives kept in warehouses across the country beginning from Lagos.
The looting of the warehouses has taken place in Lagos,Osun, Jos, Edo, Taraba, Adamawa, Yobe, Kaduna, Anambra, Enugu, Kwara, including burning and looting of some of the senators residence in calabar and Oyo. etc and now, the latest now is Gwagwalada and Kubwa Warehouses both in Abuja.
We are hoping the state governors will learn a serious lesson from this and start the equitable distribution of these resources donated by the organised private sectors called CACOVID palliatives donated to all state governments in order to alleviate the sufferings of the poor masses in the country.