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Would CE support SE if players/coaches/staff protested and took a stand against SARS???

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Would CE support SE if players/coaches/staff protested and took a stand against SARS???


How about they take a knee and protest on the pitch like their counterparts do with the Black Lives Matter protests?

And do you really understand the SARS issue that most people are jumping on the bandwagon to protest about? Just an honest question.

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Lolly wrote:
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Would CE support SE if players/coaches/staff protested and took a stand against SARS???


How about they take a knee and protest on the pitch like their counterparts do with the Black Lives Matter protests?

And do you really understand the SARS issue that most people are jumping on the bandwagon to protest about? Just an honest question.



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Would CE support SE if players/coaches/staff protested and took a stand against SARS???


How about they take a knee and protest on the pitch like their counterparts do with the Black Lives Matter protests?

And do you really understand the SARS issue that most people are jumping on the bandwagon to protest about? Just an honest question.



They should be

What am I missing?


Kindly take some time to study the history of SARS and the recent clamour for their ban. EndSARS is not what it seems.

I will tell you for a fact, without SARS, living in Nigeria would be unbearable. They are the one reason why majority of Nigerians can go to bed safely without having to deal with daily armed robber attacks. Yes, they have bad ones among them but majority are doing a great job dealing with armed robbers. Its like saying you should ban the US Police or take away their guns because of a few bad eggs?

And you would be surprised to know that majority of so called criminal SARS checkpoints on rural interstate roads are actually armed robbers disguised as police or pretending to be policemen.

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SARS na terror to criminal espcially those Armed Robbers.

Although, Armed robbery don decrease na kidnapping those idiots are engaged in now. They suppose create SARS for kidnappers.

Make them reform SARS and those bad eggs in SARS would be flushed out!

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Lolly wrote:
goke313 wrote:
Lolly wrote:
goke313 wrote:
Would CE support SE if players/coaches/staff protested and took a stand against SARS???


How about they take a knee and protest on the pitch like their counterparts do with the Black Lives Matter protests?

And do you really understand the SARS issue that most people are jumping on the bandwagon to protest about? Just an honest question.



They should be

What am I missing?


Kindly take some time to study the history of SARS and the recent clamour for their ban. EndSARS is not what it seems.

I will tell you for a fact, without SARS, living in Nigeria would be unbearable. They are the one reason why majority of Nigerians can go to bed safely without having to deal with daily armed robber attacks. Yes, they have bad ones among them but majority are doing a great job dealing with armed robbers. Its like saying you should ban the US Police or take away their guns because of a few bad eggs?

And you would be surprised to know that majority of so called criminal SARS checkpoints on rural interstate roads are actually armed robbers disguised as police or pretending to be policemen.

In most countries that’ll be a serious national security concern, where are these so called armed robbers getting the equipment from including the arms and uniform?

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 10, 2020 12:27 pm 
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Eaglezbeak wrote:
Lolly wrote:
goke313 wrote:
Lolly wrote:
goke313 wrote:
Would CE support SE if players/coaches/staff protested and took a stand against SARS???


How about they take a knee and protest on the pitch like their counterparts do with the Black Lives Matter protests?

And do you really understand the SARS issue that most people are jumping on the bandwagon to protest about? Just an honest question.



They should be

What am I missing?


Kindly take some time to study the history of SARS and the recent clamour for their ban. EndSARS is not what it seems.

I will tell you for a fact, without SARS, living in Nigeria would be unbearable. They are the one reason why majority of Nigerians can go to bed safely without having to deal with daily armed robber attacks. Yes, they have bad ones among them but majority are doing a great job dealing with armed robbers. Its like saying you should ban the US Police or take away their guns because of a few bad eggs?

And you would be surprised to know that majority of so called criminal SARS checkpoints on rural interstate roads are actually armed robbers disguised as police or pretending to be policemen.

In most countries that’ll be a serious national security concern, where are these so called armed robbers getting the equipment from including the arms and uniform?


Bros, I agree that more needs to be done to tackle the poor security in our country. And the primary source of arms and other sophisticated equipment that are responsible for the security challenges we are seeing today in the South of the country (Armed robbery, kidnapping, and cultism) is the politicians who have been sponsoring cults gangs and militant groups for their own selfish needs. Majority of those involved in these violent crimes belong to the same cults that our politicians belong to. And Unfortunately, the full time job of these cult members is armed robbery and kidnapping when elections are over.

But please, lets not underplay the good work that SARS have done to tackle armed robbery. They are the only ones that the armed robbers fear. And though I am not proud to say it, they have eliminated (extrajudicial executions) so many dangerous armed robbers who would normally have been released by the police to go and continue their robbery. One good example is the case of those Owerri Bank robbers who were caught on CCTV.

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goke313 wrote:
Would CE support SE if players/coaches/staff protested and took a stand against SARS???


Yes.

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Lolly wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
Lolly wrote:
goke313 wrote:
Lolly wrote:
goke313 wrote:
Would CE support SE if players/coaches/staff protested and took a stand against SARS???


How about they take a knee and protest on the pitch like their counterparts do with the Black Lives Matter protests?

And do you really understand the SARS issue that most people are jumping on the bandwagon to protest about? Just an honest question.



They should be

What am I missing?


Kindly take some time to study the history of SARS and the recent clamour for their ban. EndSARS is not what it seems.

I will tell you for a fact, without SARS, living in Nigeria would be unbearable. They are the one reason why majority of Nigerians can go to bed safely without having to deal with daily armed robber attacks. Yes, they have bad ones among them but majority are doing a great job dealing with armed robbers. Its like saying you should ban the US Police or take away their guns because of a few bad eggs?

And you would be surprised to know that majority of so called criminal SARS checkpoints on rural interstate roads are actually armed robbers disguised as police or pretending to be policemen.

In most countries that’ll be a serious national security concern, where are these so called armed robbers getting the equipment from including the arms and uniform?


Bros, I agree that more needs to be done to tackle the poor security in our country. And the primary source of arms and other sophisticated equipment that are responsible for the security challenges we are seeing today in the South of the country (Armed robbery, kidnapping, and cultism) is the politicians who have been sponsoring cults gangs and militant groups for their own selfish needs. Majority of those involved in these violent crimes belong to the same cults that our politicians belong to. And Unfortunately, the full time job of these cult members is armed robbery and kidnapping when elections are over.

But please, lets not underplay the good work that SARS have done to tackle armed robbery. They are the only ones that the armed robbers fear. And though I am not proud to say it, they have eliminated (extrajudicial executions) so many dangerous armed robbers who would normally have been released by the police to go and continue their robbery. One good example is the case of those Owerri Bank robbers who were caught on CCTV.

It's true o! Since those armed robbery suspects were paraded, we have not heard anything about them again.
It's very wrong, even if they were caught red handed, they should have their day in court. I hope thise Abuja bank robbers who were caught on the scene have not been extra judicially executed.

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NO! THEY MUST STAND FOR OUR BEAUTIFUL FLAG AND ANTHEM!


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Lolly wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
Lolly wrote:
goke313 wrote:
Lolly wrote:
goke313 wrote:
Would CE support SE if players/coaches/staff protested and took a stand against SARS???


How about they take a knee and protest on the pitch like their counterparts do with the Black Lives Matter protests?

And do you really understand the SARS issue that most people are jumping on the bandwagon to protest about? Just an honest question.



They should be

What am I missing?


Kindly take some time to study the history of SARS and the recent clamour for their ban. EndSARS is not what it seems.

I will tell you for a fact, without SARS, living in Nigeria would be unbearable. They are the one reason why majority of Nigerians can go to bed safely without having to deal with daily armed robber attacks. Yes, they have bad ones among them but majority are doing a great job dealing with armed robbers. Its like saying you should ban the US Police or take away their guns because of a few bad eggs?

And you would be surprised to know that majority of so called criminal SARS checkpoints on rural interstate roads are actually armed robbers disguised as police or pretending to be policemen.

In most countries that’ll be a serious national security concern, where are these so called armed robbers getting the equipment from including the arms and uniform?


Bros, I agree that more needs to be done to tackle the poor security in our country. And the primary source of arms and other sophisticated equipment that are responsible for the security challenges we are seeing today in the South of the country (Armed robbery, kidnapping, and cultism) is the politicians who have been sponsoring cults gangs and militant groups for their own selfish needs. Majority of those involved in these violent crimes belong to the same cults that our politicians belong to. And Unfortunately, the full time job of these cult members is armed robbery and kidnapping when elections are over.

But please, lets not underplay the good work that SARS have done to tackle armed robbery. They are the only ones that the armed robbers fear. And though I am not proud to say it, they have eliminated (extrajudicial executions) so many dangerous armed robbers who would normally have been released by the police to go and continue their robbery. One good example is the case of those Owerri Bank robbers who were caught on CCTV.

I’ve have only learnt about this particular form of SARS recently (I know of the virus) but do they only operate in the South of the country?

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How about End Police brutality tsars or no psars
And why are they caught on video engaging in everything but manning checkpoints.
Mere 2 Games being played in Austria mostly unwatched by most Nigerians isn’t equivalent to weekly NFL or daily NBA games which many Americans can’t live without so it would be a misdirection

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Lolly wrote:
goke313 wrote:
Lolly wrote:
goke313 wrote:
Would CE support SE if players/coaches/staff protested and took a stand against SARS???


How about they take a knee and protest on the pitch like their counterparts do with the Black Lives Matter protests?

And do you really understand the SARS issue that most people are jumping on the bandwagon to protest about? Just an honest question.



They should be

What am I missing?


Kindly take some time to study the history of SARS and the recent clamour for their ban. EndSARS is not what it seems.

I will tell you for a fact, without SARS, living in Nigeria would be unbearable. They are the one reason why majority of Nigerians can go to bed safely without having to deal with daily armed robber attacks. Yes, they have bad ones among them but majority are doing a great job dealing with armed robbers. Its like saying you should ban the US Police or take away their guns because of a few bad eggs?

And you would be surprised to know that majority of so called criminal SARS checkpoints on rural interstate roads are actually armed robbers disguised as police or pretending to be policemen.


#ENDSARS is really a campagn to stop police brutality by some SARS elements. I think most will be happy if they focus on armed robbery and stop harassing innocent citizens. #ENDSARS is a more catchy hashtag than #REFORMSARS. Government can take action against the perpetrators and rename the unit. Many appreciate the likes of Abba Kyari and what they do. My secondary school classmate from the North is in SARS and he is frustrated with the bad elements too.


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A few first account stories of people’s interaction with SARS

https://www.reddit.com/r/soccer/comment ... ame=iossmf

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Are there even prominent Nigerian players discussing the issue?

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Lolly wrote:
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Would CE support SE if players/coaches/staff protested and took a stand against SARS???


How about they take a knee and protest on the pitch like their counterparts do with the Black Lives Matter protests?

And do you really understand the SARS issue that most people are jumping on the bandwagon to protest about? Just an honest question.


SARS - Special Anti-Robbery Squad

Like many law enforcement institutions are not accountable to anyone including the President.

Until you run into these lawless people, you might not appreciate the need to reform them or have them be accountable to anyone.

Typical Naijarian response for those not affected... "I am good, #$% the next man..."

You can still tackle insecurity without the security agents preying on the citizens.

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Lolly wrote:
goke313 wrote:
Lolly wrote:
goke313 wrote:
Would CE support SE if players/coaches/staff protested and took a stand against SARS???


How about they take a knee and protest on the pitch like their counterparts do with the Black Lives Matter protests?

And do you really understand the SARS issue that most people are jumping on the bandwagon to protest about? Just an honest question.



They should be

What am I missing?


Kindly take some time to study the history of SARS and the recent clamour for their ban. EndSARS is not what it seems.

I will tell you for a fact, without SARS, living in Nigeria would be unbearable. They are the one reason why majority of Nigerians can go to bed safely without having to deal with daily armed robber attacks. Yes, they have bad ones among them but majority are doing a great job dealing with armed robbers. Its like saying you should ban the US Police or take away their guns because of a few bad eggs?

And you would be surprised to know that majority of so called criminal SARS checkpoints on rural interstate roads are actually armed robbers disguised as police or pretending to be policemen.


Rural interstate? You got to be kidding?

These guys typically are not in uniform... dress and act like armed robbers. Extort people on the regular... just an extension of the regular police. Mopol on steriods.

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More players are speaking out. Now next step is flat out refusing to play for Nigeria. Simply walking off the field.

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NO! THEY MUST STAND FOR OUR BEAUTIFUL FLAG AND ANTHEM!


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Lolly wrote:
goke313 wrote:
Lolly wrote:
goke313 wrote:
Would CE support SE if players/coaches/staff protested and took a stand against SARS???


How about they take a knee and protest on the pitch like their counterparts do with the Black Lives Matter protests?

And do you really understand the SARS issue that most people are jumping on the bandwagon to protest about? Just an honest question.



They should be

What am I missing?


Kindly take some time to study the history of SARS and the recent clamour for their ban. EndSARS is not what it seems.

I will tell you for a fact, without SARS, living in Nigeria would be unbearable. They are the one reason why majority of Nigerians can go to bed safely without having to deal with daily armed robber attacks. Yes, they have bad ones among them but majority are doing a great job dealing with armed robbers. Its like saying you should ban the US Police or take away their guns because of a few bad eggs?

And you would be surprised to know that majority of so called criminal SARS checkpoints on rural interstate roads are actually armed robbers disguised as police or pretending to be policemen.

If that’s true then SARS definitely aren’t coping, so they are unable to shut down false checkpoints but are expected to save lives, where are these robbers getting their arms from?If an armed robber unit is attacking or even harassing every day citizens it has fallen, imagine the armed unit (SWAT,TPF) in an organised country walking around the street and stopping people despite the existence of ordinary police.
I heard that Buhari believes that Boko Haram members need rehabilitation but yet he’s said nothing about the slaughter of protesters!

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The word “armed robber” in Nigeria is rarely used properly, unarmed youth with vests, shorts and flip flops with dreads (dahda) are easily accused of being armed robbers.

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Would CE support SE if players/coaches/staff protested and took a stand against SARS???


How about they take a knee and protest on the pitch like their counterparts do with the Black Lives Matter protests?

And do you really understand the SARS issue that most people are jumping on the bandwagon to protest about? Just an honest question.


SARS - Special Anti-Robbery Squad

Like many law enforcement institutions are not accountable to anyone including the President.

Until you run into these lawless people, you might not appreciate the need to reform them or have them be accountable to anyone.

Typical Naijarian response for those not affected... "I am good, #$% the next man..."

You can still tackle insecurity without the security agents preying on the citizens.


KPOM.

Lolly can sing their praises until their activities hit an innocent relative of his. There are many innocent Nigerians murdered by SARS. Let that sink in.

I remember when a group purporting to curb armed robbery existed in the East a while back. The problem with that group and now SARS is that the killing of one innocent person is ONE TOO MANY.

SARS cannot and should not decide whether an alleged 'robber' lives or dies especially when the purported robber is [url]not[/url] caught in robbery. To execute citizens on the road is nothing but sickening whether by SARS or not. It just should not be allowed to happen.

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