Otunba Damilare Popularly know as king white has addressed his fellow Nigerian youths and his fellow protesters on the outcome of the #EndSARS protest which has taken several turns in the last few days. On his birthday.

I have no reason to celebrate my Birthday when my fellow protesters have been massacred, I’m not comfortable with the attacks and killings carried out by Nigeria Government against her harmless citizens.future would not forget them.

King white stated that those who want to blame the authentic youths protesters for massive destruction of properties in Lagos and other cities know the people that introduced violence in the #EndSARS protest.

They first sent thugs loaded with Lagos BRT to attack us on the protest ground at Alausa Ikeja,which the government of Lagos State keep quiet to provide adequate security but encourage the thugs to continue their attacks.

He said they have seen how other countries protesters were treated by their government with adequate security,why Nigeria government treating us like a third class citizens.

He reiterated that people that destroyed properties are not part of the peaceful protesters who according to him, were phenomenal. King White also talked about the gains of the protest and some of the actions that must be taken henceforth.

Dear fellow youths. It’s time for everyone to reflect. The massive destruction of properties in Lagos and other cities is so sad. Some want to blame we the peaceful youths, but you must not buy that narrative. They know those that introduced violence.

Those that looted and destroyed property are also not part of us. They are products of a system that does not value its youths and has left them with little or no hope. They are part of the reason we raised our voice against injustice and want a new Nigeria.

What we did in less than a week was a phenomenon. Let me share how I see it. We attracted a mass following across all sectors within a short time because our cause is noble. No sane person should fault our call for justice.

Leadership experts believed for a long time that the best way to motivate people to move is to give them a vision of the ideal future. But it has not always worked. People prefer status quo to change.

In recent times, they have come to realise that it sometimes works better to tell the story of people’s pain: their livable experiences. We got this right. We generated impetus and galvanised people to act focusing on police brutality.

We overcame things that have divided our country and frustrated it’s development including ethnicity and religion, and put up a united front. We practically shared love instead of our culture of prejudice. That was a breakthrough.

The power gap between the leader and the led is high in most developing countries. That gap is low in most developed countries. We crushed that gap. We ran an efficient system on a flat structure. Our model of leadership facilitates development.

Our flat leadership structure meant no one was dominating another. As leaders we took responsibility and served one another. We were accountable and transparent, announcing income and expenses daily. These have not been part of our leadership culture for the past 60 years.

We provided “stomach infrastructure”, meeting the basic needs for food and water. We provided healthcare with ambulance services. Some even got free haircuts on the street. Our organization was efficient.

We got quick wins. A governor came to meet us on the street (we commend him for doing so). SARS was dissolved and the government agreed to our 5for5 demands (we commend government for these).

We Continue to call for a stop to the looting and destruction. We Take a deep breath. We created a mini new Nigeria. How do we take things forward and scale up? Please, my fellow youths let stay strong online,we should own our narrative by all means and let’s keep our discussions going.

The money put in place for the Celebration of my birthday would be use to empower 20 widow, less privileges, orphanage and give borehole to my community in memorial of my fellow protesters who lost their lives during the struggle.

We call on the international community that Our people that were massacre must get justice, Lagos State government should accept their fault and apologize to Nigeria youths.

Finally, Nigeria need to be restructure at this moment because the system of the country is not working anymore, our free education and free Health care should be return. 1960 and 1963 constitution should be put together and allow it to work for good or they should even divide Nigeria for better living.

He said We Soro Soke generation would never be forgotten in the history of Nigeria for demanding for better Nigeria.

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