#ENDSARS – the anatomy of a gift to eight categories of Nigerian beneficiaries

  1. To those who have been at the receiving end of police brutality over the years the movement is a huge opportunity to vent and protest in hope for justice and change
  2. To those who have seen and witnessed firsthand the brutality meted to victims, the movement is a huge opportunity to participate, associate, solidarize and belong
  3. To those who have been wishing for a movement, a cause, anything that would engage the mind after all the inertia and inactivity spread by Covid-19-saturated ‘air,’ the movement is a huge opportunity to ‘get into a fight.’
  4. To those who are in the eye of the storm, the SARS operatives, especially those who know they are the real trigger behind the movement, who know in their hearts that they are responsible for bringing down the entire SARS house upon the rest of the squad, this is a gift for penance and a moment for restitution.
  5. To the government and specifically to those who manage and superintend policies around security of lives and property of every Nigerian, this movement is an opportunity to truly connect with the people by doing the needful in such a way that reintroduces and restores mutual respect between security agents and members of the public.
  6. To those who have been at the receiving end of poor economic and otherwise policies of government, the movement is a huge gift to vent in disguise
  7. To those whose primary sport is taking pot shots at government, the movement is a huge opportunity to relish
  8. To armed robbers, armed robbers’ wannabe and the other variants of criminals who may see the gift as the best thing after slice bread because of the potential of what it holds for their ‘business,’ the movement is a gift to recalibrate and ‘change gears’ but ‘He takes away the first that He may establish the second.’
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