Common Sense Is not common.When a state is determined to kill her peaceful citizens just because they disagree on ideology



Everyone has a right to believe in any god or prophet. It is a fundamental human right.

The Shiites and Sunnis are sects in Islam. There are more Sunnis in Nigeria. The security architecture and political offices are occupied by Sunnis. The Shiites are somewhat marginalised. El Zak Zakky provided them with a leadership of sorts.

The Sunnis do not like Shiites. Three years ago, employing the apparatus of the State, the Sunni Leadership of the APC government slaughtered almost a thousand Shiites and incarcerated their leader. They called the mass murder State Security. Dead silence from the Senate, the Public and the United Nations.

IPOB and ordinary people demonstrated severally that they wanted a referendum to determine whether they wanted to be Nigerians or not. The Sunni leadership of APC descended on them with guns killing hundreds. Dead silence from the Senate, the Public and the United Nations.

With the tacit approval of state sanctioned killings of these non violent groups, they have become more determined not to accept the status quo. Now the government and some people attempt to blame them for anti-state activities! Seriously?

When a state is determined to kill her peaceful citizens just because they disagree on ideology, what would you expect the victims to do? Organize pro-state rallies and promise allegiance to a murderous regime?

Common sense! It's logical they would go against the state! You don't seek to destroy your citizens or exterminate them and expect their loyalty; it is just common sense!

Dear Readers, a structure that allows a state to kill her citizens without retribution is a most evil structure. Common sense says that structure should not stand! We must

 #restructureOrBurst

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